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My section of a shared presentation with Teri Lesesne at the 2013 TCTELA Convention

My section of a shared presentation with Teri Lesesne at the 2013 TCTELA Convention

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    • Revving Up Read Alouds Donalyn Miller Page 1
    • Slidesharewww.slideshare.net/donalyn m
    • “Reading aloud with children is known to be the single most important activity forbuilding the knowledge and skills they will eventually require for learning to read.” — Marilyn Jager Adams
    • What are your read aloud memories? Page 4
    • Benefits of Read Alouds Page 5
    • Reading aloud builds community. Page 6
    • Reading aloud models fluency. Page 7
    • Reading aloud reveals how writers write. Page 8
    • Reading aloud exposes students tobooks, genres, and authors. Page 9
    • Five authors every child ingrade ___ should know are…
    • Reading aloud enhances the curriculum. Page 11
    • Reading aloud supports developing readers. Page 12
    • Reading aloud sends a pleasuremessage about reading. Page 13
    • My Students’ FavoriteRead Aloud Activities Page 14
    • Read online and print text.
    • Invite students to share their favorite read alouds.
    • World Read Aloud Day
    • Leave a different read aloudwhen you have a substitute teacher.
    • Post a list of your read alouds.
    • Let students choose a read
    • Skype with a read aloud author.
    • Ask students to sign one of your read aloud selections for the
    • TWENTY OUTSTANDING 2012 BOOKS Page 24