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Educational Research and Reviews
In kindergarten classrooms (5 to 6 year olds) in the United States, interactive reading aloud has long been considered an important part of a comprehensive emergent literacy program. However, while individual components of interactive reading aloud (for example, teacher activity, student activity and text) have been studied, researchers have lacked a model to holistically assess this important practice. Thus, a model was created-Class Interactive Reading Aloud (CIRA)-to use as a lens for thedoi:10.5897/err2016.2874 fatcat:ytc44pm3s5corajjywqxolma6q