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    • BELLIANAMOJILIN,ELIZA LAU,KUMUTHAVANIPERUMAL,CARMEN NG
    • CONTENTS1 . IMPORTANCE OF READING IN EARLY YEARS2. SPECIFIC READING DISABILIT Y3. TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ
    • INTRODUCTION What is reading? Is reading a good habit for young children?
    • IMPORTANCE OF READING IN EARLY YEARS Academic excellence Enhanced concentration and discipline Basic speech skills Better communication skills More logical thinking skills Mastery of language Learn the basics of how to read a book Acclamation to new experiences The knowledge that reading is fun A stronger relationship with parents
    • SPECIFIC READING DISABILIT Y
    • WHAT IS SPECIFIC READING DISABILIT Y? It has to do with the way the brain works. Caused by poor phonological awareness. Dyslexia reflects a problem within the language system in the brain.
    •  In 1887, the word “dyslexia” was coined by Berlin, a German doctor . Came from 2 Greek words : Dys (dif ficulty) Lexia (the use of words)
    • HOW COMMON IS DYSLEXIA? 80% of students with learning disability have dyslexia. It af fects more boys than girls.
    • SIGNS OF DYSLEXIAPreschool-aged children Delay in speech. Learning new words very slow. Mirror writing (i.e. writing letters in a reverse way).
    • SCHOOL-GOING CHILDREN Reading very slowly, have dif ficulty reading single words. Poor spelling. Poor short-term multiple-step instructions. Having problems with the concept of time. Having trouble in solving mathematical problems. Dif ficulty in coordinating left and right movements.
    • WHY IS EARLY DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT SO IMPORTANT? When dyslexia is not treated early on : Kids become more and more frustrated. Self-esteem problems lead to bad behavior . Cause adult literacy problems. By identifying dyslexia early, the child will get the help they need to reach their potential.
    • HOW DYSLEXIC CHILD WILL LEARN TO READ? Dif ferent children learn in dif ferent ways. Find out what teaching method the school is using to teach and WHY. If the method is not working, change it.
    • TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ
    •  Teaching a child to read should be done as early as possible in their life. Spend a few minutes each day sharing a story to furthers the child interest in reading. Reading will increase the child’s language comprehension and vocabulary.
    • BE A READING MODEL Children pay attention to everything. When a child sees you reading newspapers, magazines, and books, he or she understand the importance of reading and will want to read, too.
    • TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ ACCORDING TO THEIR AGE.
    • NEWBORN TO 12 MONTHS. Early literacy begins in infancy. Reading to a baby can help him or her learn to talk, and be ready to listen and learn in school. Therefore, parents should set a time for sharing books as part of their regular bedtime routine.
    • 1 YEAR TO 18 MONTHS. Typical attention span for a toddler is short, so parents need to be flexible about when and where to have reading time. Select books with a lot of pictures in it because children like to see pictures.
    • 18 MONTHS TO 2 YEARS. Reading aloud to toddlers will expand their vocabulary and develops their comprehension skills. Speak in slow, short sentences and wait for the child to share his or her thoughts to foster his or her comprehension
    • 3 TO 4 YEARS. The child’s attention span will increase. Ask questions to develop the child’s predictive skills. Introduce them to a variety of genres.
    • SOME ACTIVIT Y TO MAKE READING FUN. Cook with a book. Read in a tent. Have a pajama party.
    • CONCLUSION