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FREE Shared Reading Handout - Eliciting and Scaffolding Language

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Susan Berkowitz
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10 pages
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For students with language disorders who are just developing - or have not developed any - literacy skills, shared reading is an essential classroom tool for increasing background knowledge, providing access to texts, and increasing important language skills.

Shared reading is not about students learning to answer questions; it is about developing a love for reading, being exposed to a variety of texts, and beginning to use emergent reading skills.

This is a handout with points to remember about shared reading, and easy strategies to use.

For more information about and templates for shared reading sessions, with strategies, ideas, and more, try: this resource

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