Why round robin reading is the wrong activity

by logonliteracy team August 21, 2019

Why round robin reading is the wrong activity

Asking students to take turns to read a piece of text out loud is a common classroom activity, but it shouldn't be! In this video, logonliteracy's Pat Hipwell discusses why it is the wrong choice for most students.

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