|Title:||Interactive Shared Book Reading|
|Description:||Interactive Shared Book Reading is a general practice that adults may use when reading with children and is intended to enhance young children's language and literacy skills. Typically, Interactive Shared Book Reading involves an adult reading a book to a child or a small group of children and using a variety of techniques to engage the children in the text. Two related practices are addressed in the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) intervention reports on Dialogic Reading and Shared Book Reading.|
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|Cover Date:||January 2007|
|Web Release:||January 18, 2007|
|Publication #:||WWC IRECIS07
|Type of Product:||Intervention Report|
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