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Introduction to week 2

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Welcome to week 2!

As we saw in the first week, there are a couple of ways you can use graded readers in your classroom. Each student can choose their own book or you can have a graded reader that the whole class reads together.

In both cases, it’s important to use pre-reading activities so students will be motivated to read. This week we will provide you with several practical activities you can use to get the students interested in their graded readers.

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