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  • Martinsburg North Middle School
  • Martinsburg, WV
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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Part of my goal for my students is to build reading stamina and engender a classroom environment that encourages all students to become lifetime readers. This means that it is our classroom goal to read at least 25 minutes daily. Seating that gets students off of my linoleum floors and into comfortable positions that promote discussion and collaborative work will go a long way in exciting students for our daily reading sessions and conferences. Flexible seating would be an ideal way to motivate all of my students to tuck in and work toward building their reading stamina and fluency. Flexible classroom seating goes a long way to support a universally designed classroom by supporting a collaborative instructional climate. This collaborative workspace is integral to partner reads and to group book shares. Please consider funding this project so I can offer inviting seating for all of my students. I want you to pause here, and imagine your favorite reading spot. It's probably cozy and inviting, right? Maybe you have a rug, a throw, or a nice squishy chair. Now imagine a hard chair pushed under a long science lab style table, and hard linoleum school floors. This is not exactly an inviting place for a lengthy reading session, right? That last uninviting scenario is what my students have in the classroom now, and I would like to provide them with a more inviting arrangement that encourages them to become lifetime readers.

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Part of my goal for my students is to build reading stamina and engender a classroom environment that encourages all students to become lifetime readers. This means that it is our classroom goal to read at least 25 minutes daily. Seating that gets students off of my linoleum floors and into comfortable positions that promote discussion and collaborative work will go a long way in exciting students for our daily reading sessions and conferences. Flexible seating would be an ideal way to motivate all of my students to tuck in and work toward building their reading stamina and fluency. Flexible classroom seating goes a long way to support a universally designed classroom by supporting a collaborative instructional climate. This collaborative workspace is integral to partner reads and to group book shares. Please consider funding this project so I can offer inviting seating for all of my students. I want you to pause here, and imagine your favorite reading spot. It's probably cozy and inviting, right? Maybe you have a rug, a throw, or a nice squishy chair. Now imagine a hard chair pushed under a long science lab style table, and hard linoleum school floors. This is not exactly an inviting place for a lengthy reading session, right? That last uninviting scenario is what my students have in the classroom now, and I would like to provide them with a more inviting arrangement that encourages them to become lifetime readers.

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