Initiating Sustained Silent Reading in Your School: Ask, “What can SSR do for Them?”

@inproceedings{Grubaugh1986InitiatingSS,
  title={Initiating Sustained Silent Reading in Your School: Ask, “What can SSR do for Them?”},
  author={Steven Grubaugh},
  year={1986}
}
any school administrators, teachers, students, and parent organizations have discovered a dynamic program that helps students practice their reading skills and develop an appreciation for this important activity. In this Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) program, all students in the school read silently for 10-20 minutes each day. With only a few simple rules to follow, students pleasure-read in materials they have selected, and by doing so, practice their reading skills learned in class and from… CONTINUE READING