Using Story Books in Speech and Special Ed Shared and Guided Reading Strategies

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Shared reading is a strategy to increase exposure to books, develop language and literacy skills in young children and students who are not yet readers.
This packet contains a lot of information about shared reading; including what it is and how to do it, how to tie language skills addressed in shared reading sessions to Common Core State Standards (with specific information about those CCSS), hierarchy of skills addresses and comprehension questions, strategies for scaffolding
Also includes a generic core vocabulary based communication board,
daily structure of a shared reading week,
types of Before and After reading activities, along with specifics and a planning page,
Character webs
Setting webs
Describing, Defining, Comparing graphic organizers
templates for vocabulary building
Story Elements organizers at a variety of complexity levels
Story webs, summaries, and frames
Story reports
Narrative structure sequence
Sequencing frames at a variety of levels of complexity
Templates for phonological awareness skills activities

Take a look at my primary adapted books resources found in my custom category here
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Using Story Books in Speech and Special Ed Shared and Guid
Using Story Books in Speech and Special Ed Shared and Guid
Using Story Books in Speech and Special Ed Shared and Guid
Using Story Books in Speech and Special Ed Shared and Guid