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20 ways to adapt the read aloud

February 21, 2011

In my travels last week, I was presenting on literacy and talked a lot about the read aloud. When I got home, I found this great post from Linda Holliman at Stuff So Good You’ll Do the Teacher Dance. She reminds us just how important this structure is for learners who struggle. And as I shared with teachers today, if you have a significant disability and cannot access books or technology on your own, the read aloud becomes one of the only ways you can enjoy literature or text of any kind.

If you want ideas on adapting the read aloud for diverse learners, see my website for a short article on this topic: 20 Ways to Adapt the Read Aloud.

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