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Creating Classroom Cultures That Foster Reading Motivation.

  title={Creating Classroom Cultures That Foster Reading Motivation.},
  author={Linda B. Gambrell},
  journal={The Reading Teacher},
Gambrell discusses what research and theory suggest about the role of motivation in literacy development. She describes six research-based factors that are related to increased motivation to read. W hat can teachers do to motivate students to read? Here are some responses from elementary age children who were asked what teachers should do to get their students more interested and excited about reading: • " Teachers should let us read more. " • " When we have 'Read and Respond Time' the teacher… 
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