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CSET Reading

Read Aloud Exercises

TermDefinition
Student-Adult Reading The student red one-on-one with an adult. The adult can be you, a person, a classroom aide or a tutor.
Choral Reading Students read along as a group with you (or another fluent adult reader They might follow along as you read fro a big book, or they might read from their own copy of the book you are reading. Predictable books are particularly useful for choral reading.
Tape-Assisted Reading Students read along om heir books as listen to a fluent reader read the book on an audio tape. Use a book on the independent reading level.
Partner Reading A pair student take turns reading aloud to each other. More fluent readers can be paired with less fluent readers. The stronger reader reads a section first, and the weaker reader reads the next as they take turns reading the selection.
Reader's Theater Students rehearse and perform a play for peers or other. They read from scripts that have derived from books that are rich in dialogue.