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Meredith Harrison

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3/18/20 Repeated Reading Routine

1. Open up the example, listen to my recording first, then read along with me. 2. add Click Add Response. 2. mic Click the mic. 3. arrow Click the arrow to follow along in the text as as your read. (it is in the shapes) 4. 🗣️ Read the passage aloud. 5. 👂 When you finish, listen to your recording. 6. 🤔 What did you do well? What would you like to improve? 7. caption Click on caption, and write or tell your goal for next time. 8. check Click the green check to add to your journal. 👨‍👧 Home Connection Show your family your reading recording and your goal. Ask a family member to listen to you read the text again.

3rd Grade, Other, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Home Learning, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Research shows that repeated reading paired with guidance and feedback from peers, parents, and teachers are effective in improving a variety of reading skills. Re-reading improves overall reading ability. 1. Choose an appropriate text. 2. Upload the passage for the week: Click the 3dots > Copy and Edit Activity > Add Template for Student Response. 3. Choral read the passage in small groups (based on Lexile level). 4. Students complete the activity independently. 5. Review students' self-assessment and give additional feedback if needed. 6. Students repeat this activity two more times. 7. Move on to a new passage and repeat. MODIFICATIONS FOR ELLs: -Pre-teach key vocabulary and background knowledge. -Include written and spoken directions (in English or home language) -Include pictures to support comprehension. -Include a recording of you reading the passage as an example, so students can refer to it if they get stuck. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.4