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Read Aloud - Greensburg
AIME Read Aloud Booklist
2006-07
You may have tangible
wealth untold;
Caskets of jewels and
coffers of gold.
Richer than I you can
never be--I had a mother who read
to me.
Strickland Gillilan, “The Reading
Mother,” Best-Loved Poems of
the American People
Read Aloud Program
Purpose
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To promote a love
of reading and of
books;
to instill and
nurture life long
reading habits in
Indiana students
Why Read Aloud
Children who are read to
 read more on their own
 show more literacy development
 Show superior gains in reading
comprehension
Research from The Power of Reading by
Stephen D. Krashen, Heinemann, 2004.
Reading Aloud
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Provides models of language in use
Builds interest in language
Increases awareness of words
Builds vocabulary
Aids in the development of new insights and
understandings
Aids in overall comprehension
Creates a risk free zone in which all
listeners have equal access to knowledge
Reading Aloud, cont.
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Has the potential to spark a love of reading
Can have a positive influence on reading
attitudes
Provides models of fluent reading
Can model how readers think in the process of
reading
Shows the range of topics, styles, and genres
available in written language
Helps develop tastes in reading and in selecting
literature
Improves listening skills
Reading Aloud, cont.
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Broadens a listener’s worldview
Makes the rhythms of written language
familiar
Extends and layers on existing knowledge
Demonstrates the nature and purpose of
reading
Aids in the development of imagery
Offers multiple perspectives
Reading Aloud Across the
Day and Curriculum
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Beginning of the day
Putting the sound of written language in the
air
Poetry
Support the writing workshop
Supporting the content area
End of the day
Taken from Learning Under the Influence of Language and Literature
by Lester L. Laminack and Reba Wadsworth, Heineman, 2006.
Primary Read Aloud Books
Primary Read Aloud Books
Intermediate Read Aloud
Books
Intermediate Read Aloud
Books
Middle School Read Aloud
Books
Middle School Read Aloud
Books
High School Read Aloud
Books
High School Read Aloud
Books
Ageless Read Aloud Books
Ageless Read Aloud Books
To be part of this
program contact:
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Linda Mills, Library Media Specialist,
Greensburg Elementary School
900 N. Big Blue
Greensburg, IN 47240
812-663-8112 ext. 1617
[email protected] or
lmills @greensburg.k12.in.us
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