Audio Books: It’s Elementary!

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Elementary teachers specialize in creating learning environments that are chock full of language and literacy activities. But many elementary school teachers don’t make much use of technology. When we asked elementary teachers to experiment with audio books, they were enthusiastic and creative. Some were longtime fans of audio books, and others were new to the medium. Their students loved the chance to listen as a large group in the classroom or use personal devices for listening at their own pace. In the next few blogs, I’ll share some of the creative lesson plans that teachers developed using audio books as a tool to promote literacy development.

–Renee Hobbs

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