Teaching Expected Reading Behaviors: A Unique Story

Inspire Me ASAP
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Inspire Me ASAP


Are you looking for a story to read aloud to your students, which teaches the reading behaviors of "real" readers? In this story, Trevor is a little boy who struggles with reading. He pretends to read when the teacher is looking at him, distracts other readers around him, daydreams, and reads the same book every day. At the suggestion of his classmate, Trevor decides to read an adventure of Jasmine and Philip book. And guess what happens? He falls in love with reading because he found a book that he loved!

After reading this book, I make an anchor chart with my students, highlighting the positive behaviors of readers.

Click here to purchase the resource: Trevor, The Boy Who Learned to Love Reading

Like this book? Then you will love this one, about treating books with respect!

Treating Books With Respect: A Story

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