What are other ways that I can read novels with my class besides (me) reading aloud? I typically will read aloud, with students following along on their own books, practicing note-taking. This past unit, I did it with an audio book to change things up. One of the things I saw in the last book we read (it was probably somewhat boring), is that students weren't always following along. I also have one student who's reading levels have dropped off consistently all year (after seeing gradual development in previous years). So, are there other ways that we can have students read a novel together? I'm thinking of doing a book like A Wrinkle In Time or Phantom Tollbooth, but I'd like to explore other possible ways to read a book with my class. I still would like to students to practice actively reading/annotating as well.