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Reading...It Can Be Magic
Ms. Sharer-Reading Interventionist/ELL Coordinator
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THIS IS WHAT WE DO IN READING INTERVENTION
- CHORAL READING OR PARTNER READING
- Acting out the words in a skit, creating physical gestures for challenging words,
- Helping students to choose what they read as a best fit book.
- Pairing students from upper and lower grades
- To do at home: Ear reading, listening to an audiobook while reading
Why do kids need to read out loud?
Between the ages of four and nine, your child will have to master some 100 phonics rules, learn to recognize 3,000 words with just a glance, and develop a comfortable reading speed approaching 100 words a minute. He must learn to combine words on the page with a half-dozen squiggles called punctuation into something – a voice or image in his mind that gives back meaning. (Paul Kropp, 1996)