Dialogic Reading is an approach to guided reading which uses prompts and questions to enhance crucial reading skills – reading with, instead of to learners; an approach many of us may use subconsciously.
Watch the video below to see Dialogic Reading in action.
An approach which can be developed initially with learners in the Early Years and differentiated for more able older readers – the facilitator’s role is to use the PEER and CROWD structure.
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You may wish to use the Bloom’s Taxonomy Resources to support the creation of WH-Prompts.
Watch the video below to give you an idea of how you may wish to set up your text for Dialogic Reading.