Paired reading is a form of cooperative learning where two schoolstudents take the role of tutor (the better reader) and tutee (thereader with the lower level of development). They read togetherand errors are corrected, praise is given, and questions are askedabout the text being read. There is therefore, a strong need for socialinteraction between the peers. It has strong evidence as a low-cost technique to improve reading in western European contexts.
|Title of host publication
|Doing more with language teaching
|Andy Smart, Susan Iannuzzi, Lisa Horvath, Margaret Sinclair
|Number of pages
|Published - 12 Jun 2023
|NISSEM Global Briefs: educating for the social, the emotional and the sustainable