Home » Teacher Educators » Reading Volume, Stamina and Silent Reading, and Summer Reading » Stamina & Silent Reading
By the end of the primary grades, students who are not proficient silent readers begin falling further and further behind in school. If students aren’t adept at silent reading, they simply can’t keep up. But for many students, good silent reading habits do not come naturally. In particular, silent reading habits do not smoothly transfer from frequent oral reading events. Silent reading involves self-monitoring and also the stamina to keep reading and thinking, even when content is challenging. For many 21st century students, the skills of silent reading depend on instructional experiences in classrooms.
TextProject is one of the primary places where educators can find sources on this very critical aspect of literacy instruction.
Visit our Pinterest board on silent reading and reading stamina for an overview of our resources!