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Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading
Stephanie Haddock & Elizabeth Swaggerty
East Carolina University
North Carolina Re...
Background
THEORY
The
Heavy
Stuff
Theory
Implementing Paired Reading
1. Set the Stage
Pairing Students
Choosing Books
2. Mini-Lessons
Think Aloud
Review previous s...
Setting the Stage
Pairing Considerations
Text Considerations
Mini-Lessons
Mini-Lesson 1: Sound it Out!
Mini-Lesson 2: What Part Do You Know?
Mini-Lesson 3: Does the Word Make Sense?
M...
Read with a
Partner
Closure
Share
Results
8
8.5
9
9.5
10
10.5
11
Pre-Test Post-Test
Reading Levels Based on Reading 3D Scores
Reading Levels
Elizabeth Swaggerty swaggertye@ecu.edu
Stephanie Haddock haddocks@students.ecu.edu
College of Education
Masters in Reading...
Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading
Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading
Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading
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Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading

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Paired Reading can be an engaging and motivating reading format that has potential to boost reading comprehension. North Carolina Reading Association (NCRA) 2014. Presentation by Elizabeth Swaggerty and Stephanie Haddock.

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Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading

  1. 1. Boost Comprehension with Paired Reading Stephanie Haddock & Elizabeth Swaggerty East Carolina University North Carolina Reading Association Conference March 2014
  2. 2. Background
  3. 3. THEORY The Heavy Stuff Theory
  4. 4. Implementing Paired Reading 1. Set the Stage Pairing Students Choosing Books 2. Mini-Lessons Think Aloud Review previous strategies 3. Read with Partners Teacher Role: Monitor and dip in Student Role: Assist partners, read together 4. Closure
  5. 5. Setting the Stage
  6. 6. Pairing Considerations
  7. 7. Text Considerations
  8. 8. Mini-Lessons Mini-Lesson 1: Sound it Out! Mini-Lesson 2: What Part Do You Know? Mini-Lesson 3: Does the Word Make Sense? Mini-Lesson 4: Look At the Picture! Mini-Lesson 5: Skip the Word and Go Back! Mini-Lesson 6: Make a Connection
  9. 9. Read with a Partner
  10. 10. Closure
  11. 11. Share
  12. 12. Results 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 Pre-Test Post-Test Reading Levels Based on Reading 3D Scores Reading Levels
  13. 13. Elizabeth Swaggerty swaggertye@ecu.edu Stephanie Haddock haddocks@students.ecu.edu College of Education Masters in Reading Education Program

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