Reading for Pleasure/ SSR/ Independent Reading – So What?

reading for pleasure - a habit
reading for pleasure – a habit

This quote says it all.


Quote Of The Day: Research Supports Independent Reading | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day….

I have been following Larry Ferlazzo for years.  I always find a video, image, comment or activity to use tomorrow in either ELL Reading or Writing.  His lists of ‘The Best..’ seem endless. No matter what content or level you teach, you will find an idea to embed in your lesson design.

His teaching experience is vast; from beginner ELL to IB Theory of Knowledge.

Thank you, Larry, for enriching my students’ learning experiences.

How do you encourage reading for pleasure?

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