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Reader’s Theater, Jr.

Even pre-schoolers and kindergartners can do reader’s theater now. Playbooks has a new junior version that is designed for early childhood education that is being debuted at the NAEYC conference in Anaheim CA November 3-6th. The teacher reads the main … Continue reading

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After School Today Article written by Dianna Cleveland, reader’s theater expert

Read the feature article in AfterSchool Today magazine written by Dianna Cleveland, reader’s theater expert, on using reader’s theater for building fluency in after school programs.

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Video Voicemail from Reader’s Theater Expert, Dianna Cleveland!

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What’s the big deal about color-coded dialogue text?

According to a Loyola University study, word recognition and reading comprehension improves 27% when text is presented in color compared to bold text, and 35% when presented in color compared to contrasting fonts. Color-coded dialogue text helps students follow along, … Continue reading

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