What do you think of our freebies?

We frequently offer free lesson plans and accompanying audio excerpts here at the blog. Please let us know what you think of them in our first poll. In our second poll, let us know a little about yourself and how you use audio in the classroom. It’ll be a great help and let us know what we should offer on the blog going forward.

Please leave us a comment and let us know a little more: How do you use the lessons and audio you get from the blog? Would you be interested in sharing your experiences? How exactly do you use audiobooks in your classroom or how are you interested in doing so? Thanks to all participants!ll


2 Responses

  1. I use lesson plans as ideas for anchor activities in the differentiated classroom. I really want to figure out how to use audiobooks for my most struggling readers to help them track their reading, to provide role modeling of fluency and to offer an alternative text when the whole class text is at an inappropriate level for them.

  2. Audiobooks are great for all the things you mention. Start by downloading some of our excerpts and using them with our lesson plans. Many give instructions on how to use audio with the plans, so it’ll give you a feel of how you can progress.

    Or try just having students listen to an audiobook while reading independently. It’ll help them stay on task and give them the modeling they need.

    Fore more ideas on how to use audio, see these resources.

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