Reading the Book - Carrot Soup
A teacher reads to a group of young children using dialogic reading practices.
A teacher models how to read a book to a group of children using the CROWD prompts and dialogic reading practices.
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- Use the CROWD prompts while reading to your students.
- CROWD stands for Completion, Recall, Open-ended, Wh- questions, and Distancing.
- Create sticky notes with questions that utilize CROWD prompts and apply them throughout the selected book where applicable.
- When your students respond to the CROWD prompts, be prepared to scaffold and provide rich language models.
- You can use all of the CROWD prompts while reading or select a few to find out which ones work best for your class.
- The purpose of using the CROWD prompts is to provide opportunities for students to practice new oral language skills and maximize their oral language experience.
- You can also create prompts to match the specific developmental needs of your students.
- For Ages
- 3-5 years
- Time Required
- 5 min
- Average Rating