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Reply to Sara
Sat Jun 13, 2015 08:20

Sara, after the picture walk, the teacher could go through a text talk with the students. Are you familiar with a text talk? Basically, the teacher read the story aloud and stops at certain points to ask questions using strategies such as CAR or CROWD. Simple things like letting the student choose the book are ways of engaging the students and pulling them into the text.

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    • Reply to Sara Pappas - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 13 19:30
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