Read Alouds have had an important place in education and the lives of our students since Jim Trelease published his first book about read alouds in 1982 (more information about his work here). Some other names that have been used to describe read alouds include:
Shared readingClose readingCross text read aloudInteractive read aloud
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Bill Cirone: Common Core Is for the Common Good Noozhawk The Common Core is designed to align a high-standards curriculum with methodology and assessment tools that teach critical thinking and problem solving, and restore joy to the learning process.
The Reading Workshop page on Teaching Resources includes book recommendations, teaching strategies, and a free webinar about how to conduct reading workshop in your classroom. You can find links to other pages with information about the reading workshop approach and free printables to use in your classroom.
Accountable Talk Read Alouds are read alouds that increase student talk and get students comfortable with having independent academic conversations with their peers. During these read alouds, students have a buddy that they sit next to and talk with during read aloud time.
Test uestion 1 on the first-grade test is based on the New York Common Core Standard, 1.OA4: Understand subtraction as an unknown-addend problem. (Really.) (The story of a ridiculous Common Core-aligned test being forced on first graders.
This virtual study guide, developed to support the reading and discussion of Notice & Note: Strategies for Close Reading (http://www.heinemann.com/products/E04693.aspx), is a conversation series with authors Kylene Beers and Bob Probst.
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