Definitions for "Shared reading"
an early childhood instructional strategy in which the teacher involves a group of young children in the reading of a particular big book in order to help them learn aspects of beginning literacy, as print conventions and the concept of word, and develop reading strategies, as in decoding or the use of prediction.
A teaching technique or approach which gives all students access to understanding and information in print. The teacher and students read together, interacting with the print and learning from it and each other. Other terms for shared reading include read-along, co-operative reading, assisted reading, and unison or choral reading.
An experience in which the teacher and a group of students read together from a single, enlarged text. Text is typically simple stories with repeating language patterns, poems or songs.