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Starting Out Right<br />A Guide to Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />by the National Resource Council<br />Present...
Goal: “Share a Wealth of Knowledge based on a summary of extensive research”<br />By focusing on four areas:<br />Promotin...
Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />“Children who learn to read well master <br />the three <br />core <br />element...
Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />Circumstances That Advance Reading Include:<br />Sharing books<br />Talking with...
Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />Promoting literacy as part of everyday life<br />To the Very Young<br />Pre-schoo...
Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />To The Very Young Literacy Can Be Promoted By:<br /><ul><li>Vocabulary and Langua...
Phonological Awareness
Speech Discrimination
Knowledge of Narrative
Book and Print Awareness</li></li></ul><li>Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />To The Very Young Literacy Can Be Prom...
Print Concepts
Letter and Word Recognition
Comprehension
Making It Fun</li></li></ul><li>Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />For Preschool Age Children Literacy Can Be Promot...
Becoming Real Readers<br />“Children who get off to a good start rarely stumble…”<br />Kindergarten<br />3rd Grade<br />1s...
Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of Kindergarten<br />Structure and Uses of Print<br />Format of books<br />Analy...
Becoming Real Readers<br />Types of Literacy Activity for Kindergarten<br />Books and Print Awareness<br />Phonological Aw...
Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of 1st Grade<br />Read on their own<br />Merge literacy and language skills<br /...
Becoming Real Readers<br />Types of Literacy Activities for 1st Grade<br />Continue phonemic, book and print, and letter a...
Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of 2nd and 3rd Grade<br />2nd Grade<br />3rd Grade<br />
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Starting Out Right - A Book Study

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  1. 1. Starting Out Right<br />A Guide to Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />by the National Resource Council<br />Presented by Stephen Wolfe<br />
  2. 2. Goal: “Share a Wealth of Knowledge based on a summary of extensive research”<br />By focusing on four areas:<br />Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />Growing Up To Read<br />Becoming Real Readers<br />Preventing Reading Difficulties<br />
  3. 3. Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />“Children who learn to read well master <br />the three <br />core <br />elements”<br />
  4. 4. Promoting Children’s Reading Success<br />Circumstances That Advance Reading Include:<br />Sharing books<br />Talking with adults about stories or what happened that day<br />Seeing reading and writing<br />“Good” reading instruction once they begin school<br />
  5. 5. Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />Promoting literacy as part of everyday life<br />To the Very Young<br />Pre-school Age<br />
  6. 6. Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />To The Very Young Literacy Can Be Promoted By:<br /><ul><li>Vocabulary and Language Development
  7. 7. Phonological Awareness
  8. 8. Speech Discrimination
  9. 9. Knowledge of Narrative
  10. 10. Book and Print Awareness</li></li></ul><li>Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />To The Very Young Literacy Can Be Promoted By:<br /><ul><li>Functions of Print
  11. 11. Print Concepts
  12. 12. Letter and Word Recognition
  13. 13. Comprehension
  14. 14. Making It Fun</li></li></ul><li>Growing Up To Read – Birth to Age 4<br />For Preschool Age Children Literacy Can Be Promoted By:<br />
  15. 15. Becoming Real Readers<br />“Children who get off to a good start rarely stumble…”<br />Kindergarten<br />3rd Grade<br />1st Grade<br />2nd Grade<br />
  16. 16. Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of Kindergarten<br />Structure and Uses of Print<br />Format of books<br />Analysis of language: letter, word, sentence<br />Phonemic Awareness<br />Write and Recognize letters<br />Able to learn from print<br />Kindergarten<br />
  17. 17. Becoming Real Readers<br />Types of Literacy Activity for Kindergarten<br />Books and Print Awareness<br />Phonological Awareness<br />Language and Comprehension<br />Letter Recognition, decoding, and word recognition<br />Spelling and Writing<br />Kindergarten<br />
  18. 18. Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of 1st Grade<br />Read on their own<br />Merge literacy and language skills<br />Book and print awareness<br />Phonemic awareness<br />Letter and word knowledge<br />Enjoy reading<br />1st Grade<br />
  19. 19. Becoming Real Readers<br />Types of Literacy Activities for 1st Grade<br />Continue phonemic, book and print, and letter awareness<br />Decoding, word recognition, and oral reading<br />Language, Comprehension, and Text Response<br />Spelling and Writing<br />1st Grade<br />
  20. 20. Becoming Real Readers<br />Literacy Goals of 2nd and 3rd Grade<br />2nd Grade<br />3rd Grade<br />
  21. 21. Becoming Real Readers<br />What Happens for Literacy in 2nd and 3rd Grade<br />Decoding, Word Recognition, and Oral Reading<br />Language, Comprehension, and Text Response<br />Spelling and Writing<br />2nd Grade<br />3rd Grade<br />
  22. 22. Preventing Reading Difficulties<br />Three Stumbling Blocks<br />Lack of Alphabetic Principle<br />Lack of Comprehension Skills and Strategies<br />Lack of Fluency <br />
  23. 23. Preventing Reading Difficulties<br />Who Is Having Trouble?<br />Those attending low achieving schools<br />Those with low English Proficiency<br />Those unfamiliar with “Standard English Dialect”<br />Those living in poverty<br />
  24. 24. Preventing Reading Difficulties<br />Who Can Help?<br />Health care professionals<br />Early Childhood Professionals<br />Reading Specialists<br />The Community<br />Volunteers<br />
  25. 25. My Recommendation<br />This book is a great resource for parents, teachers, and community leaders alike.<br />The defined learning areas give substance to what can be an otherwise confusing set of “educational jargon” who are not teachers.<br />The activity examples and book lists here put tools in the hands of those who will use them to build literacy.<br />
  26. 26. Citations<br />All the information presented here is from:<br />National Research Council, 1999, Starting Out Right: A Guide To Promoting Children’s Reading Success. Washington DC, National Academy Press<br />
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