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5 Tips for Adapting Choral Response to Distance Learning

November 17, 2020

A recent review of research on opportunities to respond found that one of the best ways to intensify intervention for students with word reading difficulties is to increase opportunities to respond. Utilizing choral response does just that, but when students aren’t sitting in a room together the result can be a cacophony of voices rather than productive practice.

This second part of a four-part video conversation CORE’s Dr. Carrie Thomas Beck and Pivot’s Dr. Monica Ng had with Dr. Anita Archer — author and beloved teacher of teachers — demonstrates how to make choral response work when teaching remotely.

Fill out the form to watch the video and download a free tip sheet that summarizes the tips for adapting choral response to distance learning.

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