Teams of teachers can and should work together to increase the amount of time each student spends during a school day reading productively meaning, reading something interesting (generally of their choosing), in a supportive environment.

There is a very real way teachers across subjects can work together to strengthen our readers.
~Education Week

Key Takeaways:

Reading is a skill necessary in pretty much any academic subject, so we all need to teach it.
English teachers aren’t just holding onto silver bullets that we can pass on to content area teachers to immediately serve the wide range of readers in the room.
The content, the supports, and how they fit into the overall structure of the class are variables, but here are the requirements that will ensure the time you devote will pay off in terms of students’ reading skills.

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