Though the specific days change, World Read Aloud Day always is in early February, and here are a number of useful resources:
World Read Aloud Day Activities
Tools and Tips for World Read-Aloud Day is from The New York Times Learning Network.
Great Read-Alouds From The New York Times is also from The New York Times Learning Network.
Of course, there’s Jim Trelease’s Home Page.
Make Every Day Read Aloud Day is by Donalyn Miller at Education Week.
Why World Read Aloud Day is my favorite holiday is from The Washington Post.
Read Write Think offers some read aloud strategies.
Reading Rockets has some good resources.
Scholastic has some excellent resources.
Never too old: Reading aloud to independent readers by Donalyn Miller
You might also be interested in The Best Posts On Students Reading Aloud Individually In ESL Class.
Happy World Read Aloud Day! 📚📕📱🔖💻
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— Monica Burns (@ClassTechTips) February 16, 2017
TWO CLIPS IN HONOR OF WORLD READ ALOUD DAY is from Doug Lemov.
Read Alouds Are Great for the Middle Grades! is by Valentina Gonzalez.
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Thanks for this excellent list, Larry. What a great resource! I referred to it on my blog post: World Read Aloud Day: A Message For Writers and Readers http://www.yourwritelife.com/books/world-read-aloud-day-a-lesson-for-writers/
Thanks for the information. Here is a great reading list for reading aloud. http://www.readaloudamerica.org/