What is this strategy about?
This "Effective Oral Reading in Class" CPD course will help you encourage students to read aloud in class. You should ask pupils to read aloud as frequently as possible to encourage expressiveness and accountability. By making subtle changes you can make reading aloud fun and very productive.
Why is it important for students to read aloud in class?
When students hear their peers reading text aloud, it can expand their vocabulary and information processing skills. The combination of reading and listening can also help students to comprehend the text more effectively.
What can oral reading tell you about students?
Oral reading can help teachers measure a student's overall reading performance. It can help you to asses a student's reading fluency and accuracy.
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Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Reinforce that reading is essential to learning
- Get pupils reading aloud in expressive ways
- Improving pupils’ confidence in reading aloud
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