Interactive Read Aloud


Interactive Read Aloud

Questions to think about during this video
* What routines are in place that promote efficiency of time?
* How does Amanda specifically teach conversations moves?

Bringing Close Reading and Text-Based Questions into an Interactive Read Aloud of Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! (K-2) from TC Reading and Writing Project on Vimeo.



The Ensuing Accountable Talk Discussion of Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! (K-2) from TC Reading and Writing Project on Vimeo.



The kids are involved in what you are reading! The kids are talking about the book using accountable talk phrases.
You choose your read aloud because you know what is coming up in your unit of study.


Tips:
*Students can have an interactive read aloud partner
*Teach behaviors / accountable talk
*Listen to the students during turn and talk

Responses to Reading
1. Think "Stop and Think"
2. Talk "Turn and Talk...Say something"
3. Write "Stop and Jot"



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