Read-Aloud Library, SRA
About the Program
Long before children are able to speak using higher level vocabulary, they are able to understand and respond to sophisticated words. An extensive vocabulary is vital to a child's success in all aspects of language arts. It is important for beginning readers to develop higher level vocabulary on a verbal level long before they are able to read more difficult words. Higher level vocabulary is crucial to helping beginning readers develop reading comprehension skills.
SRA's Read-Aloud Libraries help you provide a rich context for learning new words that are not common to young students' oral language. Each SRA Read-Aloud Library uses explicit and engaging lessons to introduce targeted words selected from the Read-Alouds trade books. Read aloud lesson plans in the teacher's presentation book help reinforce knowledge of topics that students are encouraged to explore independently.
This program makes a great supplement to Language for Learning and Reading Mastery!
Language for Learning, Read-Aloud Library Package
Read Aloud Library Grade 1, Package
Read Aloud Library Package - Grade K
Language for Learning PreK, SRA Read-Aloud Library Teacher Edition
Read Aloud Library Grade 1, Teacher Guide
Read Aloud Library Grade K, Teacher Guide