What enables Waldorf learners to maintain engagement in reading over time?
There are key strategies used by Waldorf teachers to enable children to maintain their engagement in reading over time. Through research-based commentaries and examples, this manuscript describes certain characteristics of teachers‘ language strategies that maximise reading interest and development. The article focuses on teachers‘ spoken language and how the act of writing supports the process of learning to read with confidence, facilitating the development of persistent engagement and a love for reading.
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