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Rather than reading independently, students can be divided into pairs or small groups and read the text aloud together or take turns reading aloud to each other. This is a cooperative learning activity that fosters pragmatic skills (e.g. taking turns), provides opportunities for students to model fluency for each other
Choral reading is when a teacher models fluently reading a short text as students follow along with eyes or fingers (e.g. text is either projected up on the board or students have a copy of the text). Then, using the same text, the whole class or a group of students
Role Play and Dramatization
Role play is a method in which students may assume the role of a person or character and act out scenarios. Role play may be applied in different contexts, from having students act out familiar characters from books to social situations to help improve peer interaction and foster social skills.