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In today’s teach-to-the-test climate, some administrators discourage or even prohibit classroom read-alouds, especially for secondary students. I don’t have to trumpet the benefits of reading aloud to followers of “The Nerdy Book Club,” but what can you do if you’re told there’s no time because there’s too much “important” material to cover, or because the […]
Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard, illustrations by James Marshall
The children love their teacher, Miss Nelson. When they start behaving badly, throwing spitballs in class and tossing paper airplanes, Miss Nelson fails to show up for school. 442 more words
Anh Do: WeirDo: A class read-aloud that has continued to grow and develop.
As I am about to start on traditional read-aloud during snack time, well the 3rd year in row makes it a tradition right?, I think back to its beginnings and what has happened because of reading this particular book to my G3 classes. 1,173 more words