Read Alouds and the Science of Reading: Don’t Stop Your Storytimes!

Featuring Dr. Molly Ness, Author of Read Alouds for All Learners

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On-Demand Webinar

It’s a common classroom sight—students gathered on their carpet spots while the teacher reads aloud to them. This cherished tradition may seem unscientific, but Read Alouds play an important role in research-based literacy instruction. Dr. Molly Ness, author of Read Alouds for All Learners: A Comprehensive Plan for Every Subject, Every Day, shares how to apply the Science of Reading to this beloved instructional practice and outlines the dangers of dropping the Read Aloud from the classroom’s literacy block.

Classroom educators and curriculum leaders alike are invited to join this free, live webinar and learn how to structure a Read Aloud routine that can:

  • Build expressive and receptive vocabulary
  • Increase knowledge building
  • Incorporate content areas learning
  • Increase comprehension

Come away with an understanding of the latest research about the linguistic, socioemotional, academic, and even physiological benefits of Read Alouds, plus actionable instructional strategies to bring into the classroom the very next day.

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