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Are you curious about how text sets and read aloud can enhance your approach to Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? Students of all ages enjoy interactive read aloud experiences. From our youngest readers to those ready to graduate we can support student learning with the intentional planning of multimodal text sets as part of the read aloud experience. Join Natalie Mitchell for this timesaving, to the point session as we discover how to create a quality text set that utilizes a variety of accessibility points regarding the acquisition of knowledge. Get ready to create engaging and accessible reading experiences for all your students! Natalie’s expertise as a literacy consultant will empower you with the tools and resources you need to apply text sets and read aloud across all content areas to support literacy inside every classroom, no matter how old your students are. 

Key Takeaways: 

  1. Learn how to outline a replicable structure for creating impactful text sets that align with UDL principles.  
  2. Discover how to use structured idea prompts and considerations to prepare and build comprehensive text sets.  
  3. Explore strategies for conducting read aloud that engage students and support diverse learning needs. 
  4. Understand how text sets and read aloud can serve as effective entry points for implementing UDL in your classroom. 


Participants will have communication and collaboration and opportunities throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning. 

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