Shared Reading vs. Guided Reading

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The purpose of Shared Reading (Tompkins, 2003) is to 1) involve the children in activities that they cannot do by themselves, 2) provide opportunities for children to succeed, and 3) provide practice for children before they are independently able to read. Some of the goals for Shared Reading (Tompkins, 2003) are 1) to demonstrate as the teacher how print works, 2) to provide opportunities for students to use the prediction strategy, 3) to increase children's confidence in their ability to read, 4) give examples and demonstrations

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