The role of Dialogic Reading

In children that are average to high achievers, Dialogic Reading plays an important role in the development of vocabulary, the skills of comprehension and analysis, the development of reading and communication skills, the development of interaction abilities with others.

In children with learning disabilities and low achievement, Dialogic Reading actively contributes to their improvement for its ability to stimulate the child in a positive and direct way, and for its ability to facilitate and develop relationships with the adult, on a shared neutral basis as reading a book and discussing around its contents can be. However, Dialogic Reading is not substitute of professional support, when necessary.

Numerous studies have shown that Dialogic Reading can play an important and decisive role in classroom activities as well as in moments shared between parents and children.