This week’s recommendation comes from:

Sara DeMartino smiling with the Cathedral of Learning far off in the background

Kim Rugh

Project and Communications Manager

Kim says, “Reading aloud is usually associated with pre-school and lower elementary students. This short article is a great reminder of the ways that reading aloud can benefit secondary students.”

Why teachers should read aloud to older students

Study International Staff

“By hearing more advanced texts read aloud, students gain access to information that interests them but may be beyond their reading level.” – Arizona State University article

Study International, an independent resource aimed at giving students, parents, educators and institutions a globally inclined information hub with the latest news and trends in international education, shares some benefits of reading aloud to students beyond elementary-school age.