duet reading

duet reading

(doo-ĕt′ rēd′ĭng, dū-)
Reading aloud simultaneously by two people, one of whom is learning or relearning to read, and the other who is the teacher or role model.
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Before beginning the duet reading, the parent and child agree on a signal, such as a tap on the book, to signify the child is ready to read alone.
In addition, "Just Duet," a series of four duet reading sessions, will be offered on Monday and Tuesday.
In addition, Just Duet, a series of four duet reading sessions, will be offered on Monday and Tuesday.