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Immerse students in academic text while balancing choice and curriculum.
Making personal connections to reading supports motivations, comprehension and success!
Students need to want to read to be successful readers.
Students need the power of choice to “buy-in” to reading.
Engage/teach students to to the importance/utility of readers.
Choice and identifying essentials to guide reading –help struggling readers.
Secondary sustained silent reading with accountability plus close critical reading.
Close & critical reading is examining the text in a 4 square.
I must think of ways to get students to read.
Reading, reading, reading, reading, reading, reading, reading, reading is life.
Close and critical reading is vey beneficial for informational text.
Connecting different Reading Apprenticeship activities to further foster deeper learning.
Awesome! Intriguing Inspiring. Relatable to what we are doing district-wide. 11 th word = joy
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