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Rope Them in With Hand Gestures

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Rope Them in With Hand Gestures

Grades K – 6
Type Journal
Pages 282
Published December 2010
Publisher International Reading Association

 

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Using hand gestures is a great way to get students engaged in learning and more focused on reading comprehension strategies.

 

(2010). Rope them in with hand gestures. The Reading Teacher, 64(4), 282–284.

 

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