Paired Reading
Monday, September 24, 2012 at 3:32PM
Kathryn Campbell in Simple Ideas for Primary Schools, classroom, literacy

Being able to read is something most of us take for granted. However, some children lack the same opportunities and struggle with reading. Paired reading is an activity where a learner and a skilled reader read a text together. The learner takes over reading in sections where he or she feels confident. It is a brilliant opportunity to provide support to children who are struggling with their reading. Adults who can get alongside these children can make a positive impact to their lives by helping them develop this valuable and vital skill.

How could you start this yourself?

 

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