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Clarke Book Club

Clarke Book Club

Clarke Book Club

The importance of reading

Research shows that reading aloud is the single most important activity for developing the knowledge that leads to success in reading. Research also shows that reading aloud to children promotes their growth across domains including listening, language, literacy, cognition, play and social-emotional skills. Children who are deaf or hard of hearing experience delays in all these domains due to their hearing loss. Therefore, reading aloud becomes even more important for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. 

Book Recommendations

We’re building a library to begin, support and enhance learning and family conversations. Follow along on social media with the hashtag #ClarkeBookClub. While we are committed to sharing helpful resources, we are equally devoted to better understanding the needs of students and families and honoring your requests. Please email us at diversity@clarkeschools.org to share your feedback, requests for support and any other comments.

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