Collaborative Reading: Building Successful Readers Together
This elementary school in the Bronx has cracked the code to improving literacy—and it’s a simple framework where kids read together daily.
Students at every grade level do 15 minutes of shared reading every day. (Download a PDF of the shared reading planning sheet.) They begin learning how to annotate in pre-kindergarten. (Download a PDF of the annotation descriptions for PK–1st Grade.) By second grade, they are ready to learn more complex annotation marks. (Download a PDF of the annotation descriptions for 2nd–5th Grade.)
This video is part of our Schools That Work series and features key practices from Concourse Village Elementary School.
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Concourse Village Elementary School
Edutopia wishes to thank Accelerate Institute for helping us discover Concourse Village Elementary School.