Text Talk: Capturing the benefits of read-aloud experiences for young children

Beck, Isabel L.; McKeown, Margaret G.
September 2001
Reading Teacher;Sep2001, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
Provides information on Text Talk, an approach to read-alouds directed toward enhancing young children's language and comprehension abilities. Kinds of texts and talk beneficial for read-aloud experiences; Prevalence of responding on the basis of picture; Interaction between teachers and students in read-alouds; Overview of the approach; Examples of children's responses to open questions.


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