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Independent Reading: Million Words Campaign DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS “Time spent reading books was the best predictor of a child’s growth as a reader from the second to the fifth grade.” Anderson, Wilson, and Fielding (1988) Million Words a Year Campaign

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“Time spent reading books was the best predictor of a child’s growth as a reader from the second to the fifth grade.”

Anderson, Wilson, and Fielding (1988)


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Million Words a Year Campaign child’s growth as a reader from the second

  • To help students develop the habits of good readers

  • To create excitement about reading every day

  • To support students in becoming more proficient readers


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Grade-Level Goals child’s growth as a reader from the second


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Grade-Level Goals child’s growth as a reader from the second


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Million Words Campaign child’s growth as a reader from the second

  • Choose a theme.

  • Decide how to display individual student or classroom progress.

  • Think about how to include the school librarian, the home, and the library.

  • Determine incremental celebrations.

  • Plan a big schoolwide celebration when the goal is met! 


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