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Three Types of Reading Practice that Guide Greater Literacy Growth
To become skilled, confident readers, students need three distinct types of reading practice: 1) to be read to, 2) to be read with (also known as instructional reading), and 3) to read independently.

Attend this webinar to discover the critical role that each type of reading practice plays in Catholic students’ academic success. You’ll also learn:

• Why you should read to students at every grade level, including high school
• How reading with students maximizes the impact of instructional reading
• How to motivate students to read independently, both in and out of school
• How to guide students to the right texts for each type of practice—and common mistakes to avoid

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Speakers

Julie Vogel
Vice President of Catholic and Private Schools @Renaissance
She has served as a teacher, elementary school principal, professor, and associate dean. She was formerly Director of Instructional Services in the Archdiocese of Portland and Superintendent of Schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
Gene Kerns
Vice President and Chief Academic Officer @Renaissance
He is a third-generation educator with teaching experience from the elementary to the university level. He is co-author of the book Literacy Reframed: How a Focus on Decoding, Vocabulary, and Background Knowledge Improves Reading Comprehension (2020).
Jan Bryan
Vice President and National Education Officer @Renaissance
She has 20 years of classroom and university teaching experience, and she presents regularly on formative assessment, literacy development, and teacher expertise. She is a contributor to the book Literacy Reframed: How a Focus on Decoding, Vocabulary, and Background Knowledge Improves Reading Comprehension (2020).