Story time

Story time.

Research shows benefits of students (even once they can read themselves)hearing books read aloud, include improved comprehension, reduced stress, and expanded exposure to different types of materials. Reading aloud allows teachers to model reading strategies. As a child listens and understands at a higher level than they are able to read independently it

provides them with the chance to listen and engage with texts beyond their own reading level — and this is wonderfully constructive for vocabulary development.

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