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    TPCK: Using IT to develop/improve reading skills TPCK: Using IT to develop/improve reading skills Presentation Transcript

    • Using IT to develop/improve reading skills Dr Paula Hodgson
    • Intended learning outcomes
      • Develop skills in designing English reading tasks for blended learning through using ICTs;
      • Develop a global perspective when they are connected using ICTs;
      • Develop critical thinking and reflective thinking skills when discussing and debating innovative practices with technology integration for language learning and teaching.
    • Technical pedagogical content knowledge TPCK
      • Content knowledge
        • Creative writing
        • English grammar
      • Pedagogical knowledge
        • Communicative approach
        • Blended approach
      • Technological knowledge
        • Using Web2.0, e.g. Youtube
        • iPad
    • Reading
      • Oral reading
      • Silent reading and comprehension
    • Oral reading
      • Emphasis on mechanical matters, such as pronunciation with prosody (intonation and stress) and pace (rate and rhythm): practising how to make a speech
    • Oral reading
      • Purposes:
      • Word recognition [word decoding]
        • Providing assistance to students with SLD
        • Being aware of patterns of words that present difficulties
      • Understanding: involving thinking and feeling [comprehension]
      • Achievement:
      • Oral reading fluency
    • Hypothesis
      • Practical oral reading with assistance can improve oral reading fluency.
    • Oral reading fluency (1)
      • Round robin reading, public oral reading without rehearsal
        • Issue:
          • Time-consuming for individual readings
          • Students may feel embarrassed by public display of their incompetence
    • Oral reading fluency (2)
      • Assisted reading
        • Paired reading with a more fluent reader
          • Immediate correction of errors
          • Time required by the more fluent reader
        • With pre-recorded massages
          • Practise at student’s own time
          • Repeated practice
    • Approaches used in assisted reading
      • Book buddies BB (Invernizzi et al . 1996; Carbo 1981)
      • Readers’ theatre (Worthy and Practer 2002)
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vu2GKqwrIGM&feature=autoplay&list=QL&index=2&playnext=1
      • cited in Rasinski and Hoffman (2003)
    • Reading comprehension activities (1)
      • Pre-reading activities http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=687U0o7KFgY&feature=related
    • Reading comprehension activities [2]
      • In-class activities:
        • e.g. literacy circle ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-W46ApUVDo&feature=BF&list=QL&index=4 )
          • Summarizer : prepares a brief summary of “today’s reading”.
          • Investigator : digs up one piece of background information on any topic related to the book.
          • Literary luminary : locates parts of the text to read aloud to the group.
          • Vocabulary enricher : searches for a few especially important words in today’s reading.
          • Illustrator : draws some kind of picture related to the reading.
          • Discussion direc t or : directs the discussion; helps people to talk over the big ideas in the reading and share their reactions.
          • Connector : finds connections between the book and the outside world.
    • Reading comprehension activities [3]
      • In-class activities
      • Write down connection in codes
        • Self (pragmatic); text (semantic)
      • Act out
        • Illustrate sequence of events
        • Analyse character traits
        • Infer
        • Predict
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZobdcwO_c8U&NR=1
    • Reading comprehension activities [4]
      • Post-reading activities
      • http :// www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYt6f8_RY0g&feature=related ;
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDTGSLmMiXI&feature=related (Bloom’s taxonomy)
    • Technology-mediated activities (1)
      • In-class/post-class activities
        • Digital literacy circles (video conf./forum)
          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pFi7fJgGOA&feature=related
    • Technology-mediated activities (2)
      • Post-reading activities
        • Creating digital story and sharing it at Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5yi8R5l9e4&feature=related )
          • Technical steps : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VChWeNN9pc&feature=related
    • Technology-mediated activities (3)
      • Independent reading activities
        • http ://www.renlearn.com/ar / ; http://www.discoveryeducation.com /
    • Technical pedagogical content knowledge TPCK
      • Content knowledge
        • Oral reading
        • Reading comprehension
      • Pedagogical knowledge
        • Assisted reading
        • Literacy circle
      • Technological knowledge
        • Online forum
        • Video conferencing
        • Windows Media Maker
        • Youtube for digital story
    • References
      • Blum, H.T., Lipsett, L.R. and Yocom, D.J. (2002). Literature circles. Remedial and Special Education , 23(2), 99–108.
      • Cumming-Potvin, W. (2007). Scaffolding, multiliteracies, and reading circles. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue, canadienne de l'éducation , 30(2), 483–507.
      • Kramarski, B. and Feldman, Y. (2000). Internet in the classroom: effects on reading comprehension, motivation and metacognitive awareness. Educational Media International , 37(3), 149–55.
      • Moeller, V.J. and Moeller, M.V. (2007). Literature Circles that Engage Middle and High School Students . Larchmont, NY: Eye on Education.
      • Rasinski, T.V. and Hoffman, J.V. (2003). Theory and research into practice: oral reading in the school literacy curriculum. Reading Research Quarterly , 38(4), 510–22.
      • Roby, T.Y. (2010). Opus in the classroom: striking CoRDS with content-related digital storytelling. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education , 10(1), 133–44.
    • Web references
      • Reading strategies
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZobdcwO_c8U&NR=1
      • Pre-reading activities
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=687U0o7KFgY&feature=related
        • Literacy circle
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-W46ApUVDo&feature=BF&list=QL&index=4
      • Digital storytelling project
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5yi8R5l9e4&feature=related
      • Making a digital story
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LknwS15wSx8&feature=related
      • Using Windows Media Maker to create a digital story
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VChWeNN9pc&feature=related
      • Accelerated reader
      • http://www.renlearn.com/ar/