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Mrs. Duitsman’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Temple View Elementary School
  • Idaho Falls, ID
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Imagine a student who knows they need to read. They may have just started chapter books and are loving "Magic Tree House" books but struggle with finding anything more. Whole class read aloud allow students to hear, read and study text of incredible writers. They are engaged in the excitement, tracing with their fingers, following along, eating ever word. Having a classroom that offers a verity of books that takes into account the different levels of ability and disability in the classroom is key. "The wider the variety of books, the greater the variety of children whose interests will be either met or provoked," Jim Trelease, author of The Read-Aloud Handbook, told Education World. These students need these books. They need to fall in love with literature that gives them more then what "SpongeBob", "Dairy of a Wimpy Kid" and "Captain Underpants" has to offer.

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Imagine a student who knows they need to read. They may have just started chapter books and are loving "Magic Tree House" books but struggle with finding anything more. Whole class read aloud allow students to hear, read and study text of incredible writers. They are engaged in the excitement, tracing with their fingers, following along, eating ever word. Having a classroom that offers a verity of books that takes into account the different levels of ability and disability in the classroom is key. "The wider the variety of books, the greater the variety of children whose interests will be either met or provoked," Jim Trelease, author of The Read-Aloud Handbook, told Education World. These students need these books. They need to fall in love with literature that gives them more then what "SpongeBob", "Dairy of a Wimpy Kid" and "Captain Underpants" has to offer.

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