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In our classroom, we use weekly read alouds to practice the reading strategy and comprehension skill of the week. Reading aloud to students allows them to listen to a fluent reader, thus building their listening vocabulary. It is my hope that using read alouds will help struggling readers access the comprehension strategy by providing them an opportunity to practice their skills with an oral story and not be dependent on their current independent reading level. If we want kids to be good readers, we must help them fall in love with reading One of the greatest ways is to read aloud great books.

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In our classroom, we use weekly read alouds to practice the reading strategy and comprehension skill of the week. Reading aloud to students allows them to listen to a fluent reader, thus building their listening vocabulary. It is my hope that using read alouds will help struggling readers access the comprehension strategy by providing them an opportunity to practice their skills with an oral story and not be dependent on their current independent reading level. If we want kids to be good readers, we must help them fall in love with reading One of the greatest ways is to read aloud great books.

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