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  • 1. How To Teach Reading Linsay Doncel Lina Carvajal
  • 2. What is reading?
  • 3. Why do we read ?
    • Information
    • Information/pleasure
    • Pure pleasure
    • Exams !!!
  • 4. What do we read?
    • Books
    • Newspapers, Magazines
    • Photocopies, articles
    • Notices
    • Correspondence
    • Forms, Signs
    • Computer screens
    • Multi-media carriers
  • 5. What is the content?
    • Fiction (long and short)
    • Songs
    • Plays
    • Current events, feature articles and essays
    • Academic articles, reports, reviews
    • Warnings, directions
    • Letters, postcards and notes
    • Business letters, solicitations
    • T-shirt messages, bumper stickers
    • Raw data
  • 6. What is the content?
    • Poetry
    • (Auto)biography
    • Schedules
    • Maps
    • Menus
    • Advertisements
    • Announcements
    • Comics
    • Workbook exercises
    • Bibliographic information
  • 7. What is the text structure?
    • Charts, graphs, illustrations
    • Isolated lines of text
    • Free form
    • Interlinear notes
    • Point and click images
    • Narrative
    • Headings, subheadings
  • 8. Comprehension skills
    • Recalling word meanings
    • Drawing inferences about a meaning of a word from context
    • Finding answers to questions answered explicitly or merely in paraphrase
    • Weaving together ideas from content
    • Drawing inferences from content
    • Recognizing a writer’s purpose, attitude, tone, and mood
    • Identifying a writer’s technique
    • Following the structure of a passage.
  • 9. What skills do we use?
    • Skimming
    • Scanning
    • Extraction of specific information
    • In-depth (extensive) reading
    • Met cognition.
  • 10. 1: Extensive reading
    • Refer to the reading which students often away from the classroom.
    • They may read:
    • novel
    • Webpage
    • newspaper
    • magazine
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  • 12. Class library
  • 13. 2: Graded readers
  • 14.
    • The aim of graded reading
    • To recycle important and useful words and grammar and to aid acquisition
    • To provide continuous reading practice
    • To build reading speed
    • To be enjoyable
    • To encourage reading for pleasure
    • To build DEPTH of knowledge
  • 15. Literary fiction
  • 16. Movies
  • 17. Non-fiction
  • 18. Reading at the right level
    • Students MUST read at their comfortable reading level so they:
    • can read quickly
    • can read fluently
    • can read a lot
    • can read with very high levels of understanding
    • can enjoy the reading
    • can get the reading habit.
    • If students read something too difficult:
    • the reading becomes slow
    • they can’t read much
    • the students get tired easily
    • it becomes a form of ‘study’
  • 19. Reading comics and cartoons
  • 20. Integrated reading
    • All four skills
    • Pre-reading, while-reading, post-reading
    • Graded tasks
    • Critical thinking
    • Problem-solving
    • Active English Discussion
  • 21. Online newspapers
  • 22. Blogs
  • 23. Encourage students to extensively
    • There are 4 factors which contribute to the success of kind of extensive reading:
    • Library
    • Choice
    • Feedback
    • Time.
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