Theory in Plain English: How Reading Identities Are Formed

Welcome to our regular installment of Theory in Plain English. Last week, we looked at understanding the terms identity and reading identity. Today, we are expanding this further by looking at how reading identities are formed. This video will help you start to get a handle on how students understand and define themselves as readers. Tune in on Monday for some practical ideas about how you can apply the concepts covered in today’s video to the work you do with your students.

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