Shared reading provides children with engaging, low-risk opportunities to apply and practice essential literacy behaviors. Shared reading, implemented effectively, strengthens children's competence and confidence as readers.
In this PD Resource Kit, participants will see kindergarten, first and second grade students actively involved in shared reading. Kim Holsberry, an outstanding classroom teacher, demonstrates ways not only to introduce and reinforce concepts of print and word work strategies, but also to boost young readers' comprehension skills - all in the context of shared reading.
Viewers learn how to:
- design effective shared reading experiences for primary grade students
- teach and reinforce concepts of print through shared reading text
- help students develop a variety of word work strategies
- build foundational comprehension strategies using fiction and nonfiction text
- strengthen students' reading fluency and phrasing
- generate meaningful, active student participation in literacy learning
- guide student application of literacy skills and concepts
- create a positive classroom reading community around familiar text
- broaden children's reading repertoire with a variety of genres and formats
- enhance students' love of reading
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