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Unwrapping the Read Aloud

Author and educator Lester Laminack describes and demonstrates how to read aloud effectively using tone, pacing, intensity, and mood, as well as how reading aloud can support instructional standards...
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    Unwrapping the Read Aloud - Scholastic Teacher Express

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    Unwrapping the Read Aloud: Making Every Read Aloud Intentional and Instructional (Theory and Practice in Action): Lester Laminack: 9780545087445: Books

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