Read Think Write, an Extensive Reading activity (ERJ, May 2014)

A very short article on using Read/Think/Write as an extension activity in an Extensive Reading program.  We use this activity regularly at my school and I find it to be extremely useful to help students determine if they are reading an appropriate level text  as well as to provide students with a visual means of seeing how and why their reading skills are improving.

Stein Read Think Write

 

The article is available in PDF format by either clicking on the the image above or by following the link right here: erj_7.1_Stein Read Think Write.

One thought on “Read Think Write, an Extensive Reading activity (ERJ, May 2014)

  1. Pingback: My Extensive Reading Blueprint ;) | ROSE BARD – Teaching Journal

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