Successful Read-Alouds in Today's Classroom

Johnston, Vickie
January 2016
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Jan-Mar2016, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p39
Academic Journal
Positively influence comprehension, vocabulary, syntax, and oral language development with read-aloud strategies. The author shares tips for making read-alouds successful.


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