What is a choral reading?


A choral reading is a teaching method that helps children develop fluency in reading by having them read text, poetry or songs out loud with a group. Choral reading is also called unison reading because it requires repeated readings of a specific passage.

During a choral reading, the teacher will help set the pace of how fast the students should be reading the passage. This teaching method helps students learn how to decode the meaning of a passage, develop fluent read aloud skills, help students learn how to pronounce new words and understand the rhythm patterns, rhymes and meter in poems and verse.

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