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Teaching Reading Is Like Dancing with Words

Reading Is Like Dancing with Words

In the essay "Reading Is Like Dancing with Words," Christine Kendall writes about the connection between dancing and reading and writing. The instruction focuses on figurative language, word choice, and the author's message.

Christine Kendall
“Reading is like dancing with words” © 2020 by Christine Kendall first appeared in the anthology 100 Reasons to Love Reading, published by Scholastic.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How is reading like dancing?
STANDARDS:

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3
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