Ready, Set, Read!

Why is it necessary to read expressively? Your class listens to a monotone reading of, Race on The Lake before discussing how the story would sound better. Next, they listen to a more fluent reading of the book before playing a racing game, timing how many words they can read in one  minute. As an assessment, the youngsters examine their progress as they reread the story a number of times.

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