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Monday, April 15, 2013

Here are some great articles on how to use audiobooks in literacy instruction - courtesy of Choice Literacy

Shari Frost gives examples of how teachers use recorded texts to reach students in creative ways. More Than Listening Centers: Using Audiobooks in Literacy Instruction is from the Choice Literacy archives:
If you enjoy Mem Fox's children's books, hearing her read them aloud is a real treat. She has recorded many favorites at her website:

Storynory is a terrific source for recorded books online, geared to children ages 8-11:

You'll see yourself in Sarah Brown Wessling's poignant and funny Confessions of a
Real Teacher. It's a wonderful reminder that teachers aren't superhuman -- and we wouldn't want to be:  

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