Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsWelcome to week two. Last week, we learned about the process of paired reading. This week, we're going to learn about establishing paired reading in your classroom. To do that, we'll reflect on some of the things that might improve if you use paired reading. We'll also think about some of the challenges of getting it going in the classroom, such as training the children or students in the technique. We'll look at the research behind paired reading in a little more depth. Here you'll learn about the two launch trials we run. So you can think about the evidence base in more detail. Finally, we will start to look at the resources.

Skip to 0 minutes and 40 secondsThis will include the manual, which will act as an aid memoire away from the computer as you embark on getting paired reading going.

Welcome to Week 2

This week is about establishing paired reading in your classroom and exploring the challenges that you may face.

You will learn how to train your students in the use of the technique and will find out more about the research that underpins the paired reading method.

You will also get a first look at the resources that will support you in getting started.

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Using Peer Tutoring to Improve Student Reading

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