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Expression Makes Reading Exciting!

Learners examine how reading with expression makes stories more interesting by listening to a reading in monotone and one with expression. Reading in pairs, they practice with passages of Judith Voirst's, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day while they complete an evaluation sheet of their partner. As an assessment, they complete a journal entry that describes what happened in the story and illustrate what it looks like to read with expression.

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1st - 2nd
Subjects
English Language Arts
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Instructional Strategy
Skills Practice
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