Updated: Feb 12, 2019
Most effective read-alouds are those where children are actively involved
Big, brown, soft. Salla and her two preschool students are actively engaged in reading a book. Describing, discussing with feeling with this wonderful interactive book!
Research has demonstrated that the most effective read-alouds are those where children are actively involved asking and answering questions and making predictions, rather than passively listening.
Salla visits @mtzionacademy each week and works with all the preschool students. Salla provides 1-1 or 1-2 literacy support extending the work Ms. Candy is doing in the classroom.