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The Reading Performance: Understanding Fluency Through Oral Interpretation

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Grades 6 – 8
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Five to six 45-minute sessions (depending on the number of students giving oral performances)
Lesson Author

Laura Hofsess

Vernon, Connecticut


International Literacy Association


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Kathryn Rodriguez

February 11, 2018

Very detailed, descriptive lesson plan. I think the kids will really enjoy the role play aspect.


Jorge Humberto Galvis Cote

January 22, 2018

I found this lesson very helpfull in my training to become a Texas Teacher of tomorrow. It explains very well how to integrate technology applications for the learning process. The share of communication options is a nice tool for improving teaching work.


rachel toliver

June 20, 2017

Thus lesson was very informative and I love how resourceful this site is.


Dusty Langley

June 13, 2017

This is a very helpful resource! I have already saved this link on my favorites and will be using this as a reference in my planning next year!


Philip Neale

June 11, 2017

Very grateful for this amazing resource!



April 22, 2017

This lesson is going to be useful for future reference when i step into the classroom to use with my students.


Deloris Farlough

March 28, 2017

This lesson was very helpful and very informative.


Erica Kelly

February 01, 2017

Hi! I teach in a diverse population, often, language barriers are issues. I believe this type of lesson will aid us in closing the gaps.


Kenzi Wright

January 13, 2017

This lesson was very helpful and informative. The examples of lesson plans was really interesting and good to refer back to.


Christian Weiland

January 06, 2017

This lesson was very helpful in showing and explaining what a great lesson plan should look like.


Lesa Hill

January 02, 2017

Very informative lesson....



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