Does reading aloud benefit older students?

Does reading aloud benefit older students?

Does reading aloud benefit older students?
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Many teachers stop reading aloud to students once they reach middle school, but research shows the practice continues to have benefits for students, including improved comprehension and reduced stress. Kasey Short, a middle-school language arts and social studies teacher, shares how she integrates this strategy with her students, including using the last five minutes of class to read aloud.

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