25th, Teaching Staf English Course. I thought that very helpful if Students clearly to read loudly and Finish his/her book reading, with the same book it can be easly to teacher send the meaning, information, and material Of the content to the students
This seems to be a constant in just about every school: You have that favorite read aloud you have been waiting to share with your students. When you announce the read aloud, students say, “We already read that book.” or “Our teacher read it to us last year.”
What do you do? Here are a few suggestions:
- Read it aloud anyway.
Readers reread books if they were a favorite and/or had something profound to learn. Explaining this to students should help with any disgruntled listeners. A main point of the read aloud is for students to hear the written word spoken. If it is an excellent title, there should hopefully be few complaints. It might be wise to ask first before forging ahead, such as offering a choice between the book they know and other acceptable titles.
- Read aloud parts of the book.
Selecting some passages to share with students who have…
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