Read Aloud Routine for Improving Vocabulary and Comprehension

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Wanting to up your read aloud game? This lesson plan from Dr. Stephanie Stollar will support you in maximizing vocabulary and comprehension in your read alouds.

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This lesson plan supports the explicit instruction of vocabulary words, syntactic structures, knowledge, and comprehension.

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  1. This is a simple outline for teachers to follow with any read aloud book they would like to use. It includes a lesson format for before, during and after reading as well as a weekly plan to follow for digging deeper into a single book.

  2. This is a great sample that will provide educators with a good basis for how curriculum expectations can come together with read alouds. This will serve as a great reminder that we need comprehensive literacy, and that this also includes intentional work with read alouds.

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