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READING READINESS STAGE (DEVELOPMENTAL READING)

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  • 1. Reading Readiness: Physiological and Psychological Aspects
    “Education ... has produced a vast population able to read but unable to distinguish what is worth reading.”
    -JunnieArmel T. Salud
    Far Eastern University-Manila
  • 2. Keep in mind:
    “The goal of reading is not just for a child to distinguish the sounds of the letters, or to comprehend in the given text, but it must be a combination of the two.”
    Aural/Oral + Comprehension
  • 3. Reading Readiness...
    Reading readiness skills are those abilities necessary for a person to begin the process of learning to read.
    This includes:
    -phonemic awareness/ alphabetic principle
    -teaching a child how to handle a book properly
    -Understanding and interpreting illustrations/ Visual discrimination
  • 4. Controversy over “whole language” vs“phonics”
  • 5. How do you know if a child is ready to read?
    -Curiosity
    -Imitation
    -Attempting to sound-out the words
  • 6. Reading...
  • 7. 3 levels of Comprehension:
    Reading the lines
    Reading between the lines
    Reading beyond the lines
    literal
    Inferential
    Critical / Creative
  • 8. Activities to help develop children’s reading skills...
    Read to your pupils as much as you can.
    Provide your pupils with a variety of interactive activities.
    Teach your pupils the letters of the alphabet.
    Teach sight words - a few at a time. (DOLCH’S LIST)
    After your child knows most of the sounds of the alphabet, begin to teach blending.
    Practice making new words by substituting one letter for another (cat, rat, bat).
    Teach letter combinations such as ck and th.
  • 9. Determine reading level and practice the phonics that they have learned.
  • 10. Fluency
  • 11. Reading Comprehension
  • 12. Physiological Factors
    Visual
    Auditory
    Speech Impairments
  • 13. Psychological Factors
    Interest
    Intelligence
    Reading Readiness
    Attitude towards reading
    Teacher-related factors
  • 14. Thank You For Listening

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