Online Talking Books

Tip: As an eMINTS coach, I work with instructional specialists and teachers around Missouri who are looking for reading strategies for elementary, ESL, and special needs students. I have found multiple valuable resources online that you can use with your struggling readers. Randall’s ESL Listening
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As an eMINTS coach, I work with instructional specialists and teachers around Missouri who are looking for reading strategies for elementary, ESL, and special needs students. I have found multiple valuable resources online that you can use with your struggling readers.

For more talking books ideas, check out the resource list, Online Talking Books
(http://my-ecoach.com/online/webresourcelist.php?rlid=4984)

Submitted by:
Gayle Cantrell, cantrell@emints.org
eMINTS Cluster Instructional Specialist
eMINTS National Center, www.emints.org
Oakland, CA

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