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Going Digital: Using e-Book Readers to Enhance the Reading Experience

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Grades 2 – 4
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time One introductory 45-minute lesson and four additional 15-minute minilessons
Lesson Author

Lotta C. Larson, Ph.D.

Lotta C. Larson, Ph.D.

Manhattan, Kansas

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Sean Anter

February 13, 2011

This is an amazing lesson! How exciting to incorporate technology into the classroom!

 

Sue Fishman

September 10, 2010

I teach at a primary school (K-2) and we are thinking about trying digital readers.
What source did you find for books. We are looking for beginning reading books.
Do you know if they are available yet??

 

 

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