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Basis for Shared Reading Model
Developed by Holdaway in 1979
Critical for children's reading development Allows a group of students to experience a story together Students appreciate viewing the print and illustrations!
Shared Reading over multiple days
Children actively involved in the reading Learning opportunities such as making predictions, recognizing words and phrases, word forms
Purposes for ReReading
What is the purpose of rereading?
Opportunities to increase vocabulary and language
Benefits of Shared Reading
Rich, authentic, interesting literature Teacher models what reading sounds like Opportunities to extend vocab and language Students who are below grade level get to experience what fluent reading sounds like and be apart of the conversations.
What did Shared Reading Look like in my classroom?
Read aloud, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane By Kate DiCamillo Used this read aloud to help emphasize making inferences and figurative language as well as the importance of self reflection
What went well?
*Students are actively engaged *Students constantly asking higher level questions *Able to stop, predict, turn & talk *Paused after figurative Language used - name it *Introduced new vocabulary
I wouldn't make any changes except for maybe the time of day I read aloud this book in the middle of the day, but I think I will read aloud at the end of the day instead as a calming activity before dismissal.