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#009: How to Get Your Students from Knowing HOW to Read to Becoming READERS

reading teaching May 29, 2020

Helping students become committed readers is a daunting task, at best. And while there isn't a straight path for each student to follow, there is a method that actually works. Now's the time to start planning changes to your program for the coming year to keep the reading and learning going no matter what school looks like next year.

There are important things we can do as educators that set students up to be come successful readers and committed book lovers. While we don't know exactly which combination of things will be the trigger, we do know what to do to provide the right classroom culture for it to happen.

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Over the years, I've found there are certain things we should be doing to create a culture of readers and certain things we often do that inhibit the process and even have to opposite effect. 

Here's a peek at what's inside this episode:

  • What you should not be doing.
  • How to easily infuse reading and books throughout your school day.
  • Essential elements for creating a classroom culture of readers.
  • How much reading you and your students should actually be doing each day.
  • Tips for capturing students imaginations and hooking them on a story.
  • Some fun extra you can add in once your system is up and running.

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If you need a little extra help getting parents on board at home, there's a free guide you can share with them linked below.

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