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TED 406-02 Fall 2011 …

TED 406-02 Fall 2011
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  • 1. TED 406 Teaching Secondary Reading
    • Jill A. Aguilar
  • 2.
    • Agenda 8/30/11
    • Who are you as a reader?
    • How does reading work?
    • What is reading?
    • Addressing the needs of the full range of readers
    • Struggling readers, students with special needs, English Learners, & Advanced Learners
    • Intros, Review syllabus
    • Literacy, Reading and the Content Areas
    • www.jillaaguilar.com
    • Bring Academic Literacy pages 37-42
    • Your Content Standards
    • Your responses RE “ What reading does for the mind ”
  • 3. Who are you as reader?
  • 4.
    • Please read the paragraph from David Palermo ’ s
    • Psychology of Language (1978, p. 38).
    • Be prepared to discuss the paragraph with a partner.
  • 5. Were you able to read the paragraph as requested? What difficulties did you have, if any? Do you think you were really reading? Why or why not?
  • 6. Miscue Analysis (Goodman, 1965) Miscue - Any departure the reader makes from the actual words of the text. Syntactic cues- Grammatical cues like word order, function words, and word endings. Semantic cues- Cues from each sentence and from the evolving whole, as one progresses through the entire text. Graphic cues - Cues from letters and letter patterns. These combine with our knowledge of phonics to enable us to identify words automatically.
  • 7. Sample Miscues
  • 8. Miscue Markings
  • 9.
    • Please compare David ’ s and Tony ’ s miscues.
    • For each miscue, decide whether that child is using syntactic cues (grammar), semantic cues (meaning), or graphic cues (letters, punctuation and phonics).
    • Which child would you say better integrates the language cues into effective reading strategies?
    • What do you think each child ’ s implicit definition of reading is?
    • Be prepared to discuss with a partner.
  • 10. Reading Definitions
    • Flesch, R. (1955). Why Johnny can ’ t read. New York: Harper & Row.
    • View denounced in Goodman, K. S. (1967). Reading: A psycholinguistic guessing game. Journal of the Reading Specialist, 6 , 126-135.
    • Walcutt, C. C. & McCracken, G. (1975). Lippincott Basic Reading . New York: Macmillan.
    • Smith, E. B., Goodman, K. S. & Meredith. (1970). Language and thinking in the elementary school. New York: Holt, Rinehart.
    • Michigan Department of Education, definition of reading.
    • Wayman, J. (1980). The other side of reading. Carthage, IL: Good Apple.
  • 11. What is the last book remember reading? Would you recommend it? Why or why not?
  • 12. On a scale of 1-7, how passionate are you about reading? Why?
  • 13. Do you consider yourself a strong reader? Why or why not?
  • 14. Do you remember learning to read? If yes, tell what you remember. If no, what is the first book you remember reading? What do you remember about it?

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