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Call Curriculum Library to sign up for programming at (518) 458-5311.

Students will receive a workshop certificate that they have attended and participated in the Workshop Series.

Workshops need a minimum of four people to run.


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    Workshop Series Fall 2011

    Continuing to Read Aloud with Older Children

    Everyone knows the importance of reading aloud to emerging readers. However, reading aloud remains important as children become independent readers. Reading aloud enables independent readers to:

    • build vocabulary
    • foster discussion of various issues such as social concerns, values and politics
    • broaden their interests in literature, discovering new genres, authors, and topics



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