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Listening Centers in the Classroom – Everything You Need to Know

Listening to reading helps students develop fluency, expression, and comprehension skills. Creating a Listening Center in your classroom can help support reader focus and build student confidence, which translates to success.

Organizing and maintaining listening centers that keep students independently engaged can be tricky.

Our friends over at Primary Paradise share some simple but highly effective ways to set up, organize, maintain and troubleshoot problems that may arise in listening to reading centers in your classroom. Plus, download their free PRINTABLE RECORDING SHEETS and LISTENING CENTER RULES SIGN.

Read the full article on Listening Centers at Primary Paradise.

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