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think aloud

To verbalize one's thoughts. A: "And I guess I should also pick up some plywood while we're out…" B: "Pardon me?" A: "Sorry, I'm just thinking aloud!"
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think aloud

Speak one's thoughts audibly, as in We need flour, sugar, butter-I'm just thinking aloud. [Early 1700s]
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ˌthink aˈloud

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ˌthink out ˈloud

speak your thoughts about something, for example a problem, to yourself or to others, probably without organizing them as in normal speech: ‘What?’ ‘Oh, don’t worry. I was just thinking out loud.’
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The percentage of parents reading aloud during a child's first three months is up nearly 50 percent since 2014, the same year the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued guidelines around the importance of reading aloud for an infant's development.
There's no "correct" way to read aloud, there's just your way.
A 2017 study into the effects reading aloud had on 20 premature babies found not only did the infants become more content, but their heart rates, blood pressure, oxygen levels and breathing all stabilised.
The Only Boys Aloud initiative helps young men aged 11 to 19 develop not just their voices but also their self-confidence, inner discipline and ability to work as a team.
Sunday's concert has "a few surprises in store," says founder Tim Rhys-Evans MBE, who'll be conducting the boys' choir Only Boys Aloud which is also making an appearance at the concert.
Walther, a first-grade teacher, provides 101 read-aloud texts and describes the rationale that supports read aloud as a key instructional strategy.
Let's Read was originally conceived by a busy mom, Ava Barnes, who wanted to read aloud with her kids more than her schedule allowed.
Notwithstanding this statement, all teachers do not read aloud to students routinely or do not fully utilize the instructional opportunities offered by the routine use of this practice.
Scholastic Corp (Nasdaq:SCHL), a global children's publishing, education and media company, announced on Thursday that it is teaming up with global literacy non-profit LitWorld to host World Read Aloud Day on 16 February 2017, to recognise the power and joy of reading out aloud.
Classical Brit Award winners Only Men Aloud have released their new album The Road on November in advance of a nine-date UK tour that includes Christmas dates at the new Pontio Centre, Bangor, later this month.
Now they sit silently as, in the front passenger seat, I read aloud from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
That is the message that the non-profit Read Aloud 15 MINUTES wants parents to receive during its "Seize the Summer" campaign that kicks off on Sunday, July 5.
In Defense of Read-Aloud: Sustaining Best Practice advocates the process and practice of reading aloud and presents the research that defends this practice in grades K-12, considering the ongoing debate over its value and methodology.
The primary focus of this study is the use of teacher read aloud to address the issues that adolescent readers may encounter as they attempt to comprehend content area text.