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CURRENT THEORIES ABOUT READING
Jean Piaget   Lev Vygotsky
 How  people think and understand Comes from Latin word cognitio-, from  conoscere which means „get to know‟ Concerned ...
Researches conducted by  Jean Piaget and Lev  Vygostsky have shown  that language and  thought interact with  each other, ...
Birth to 2 years oldThe child: Explores the world through  his five senses Is initially not able to  represent things in...
The child: Is interested in picture books
2 – 4 years oldThe child: Explores the world around him Experiments with things in his environment Imitates adults in t...
The child: Begins to develop  concepts and associate  words with pictures and  images
 Hisreading interest involve a growing visual discrimination of objects and symbols
4 – 7 years oldThe child: Is introduced to  concepts of number,  weight, length and  height
The child: Enjoys listening to rhymes and  reading and reciting poems Develops reading readiness skills Can read simple...
8 – 11 years oldThe child: Is capable of thinking out  about actions previously  carried out only at a  sensorimotor leve...
The child: Can do a lot of reading with meaning Can retell stories read Can pick out key words or topic sentences      ...
The child: Can note supporting details Can determine cause-effect relationships Can make inferences               There...
11-14 years oldThe preteener: Is capable of dealing  with hypothesis and  propositions Develops abstraction
 The  preteener: Can cope with higher level  critical reading skills: drawing conclusions,  making judgments, and evaluat...
Rema Adrales Alice ManinangAntonio Delgado
Prepared by:“Live to express, not to impress.”
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  1. 1. CURRENT THEORIES ABOUT READING
  2. 2. Jean Piaget Lev Vygotsky
  3. 3.  How people think and understand Comes from Latin word cognitio-, from conoscere which means „get to know‟ Concerned with acquisition of knowledge (Microsoft Encarta, 2009)
  4. 4. Researches conducted by Jean Piaget and Lev Vygostsky have shown that language and thought interact with each other, and that children go through five stages of development.
  5. 5. Birth to 2 years oldThe child: Explores the world through his five senses Is initially not able to represent things in his mind Develops object permanence Learns by adaptation to environment
  6. 6. The child: Is interested in picture books
  7. 7. 2 – 4 years oldThe child: Explores the world around him Experiments with things in his environment Imitates adults in the use of things Develops animism Develops egocentricism
  8. 8. The child: Begins to develop concepts and associate words with pictures and images
  9. 9.  Hisreading interest involve a growing visual discrimination of objects and symbols
  10. 10. 4 – 7 years oldThe child: Is introduced to concepts of number, weight, length and height
  11. 11. The child: Enjoys listening to rhymes and reading and reciting poems Develops reading readiness skills Can read simple words, phrases and sentences (4-5 years old) Can read preprimers and basal readers (6-7 years old)
  12. 12. 8 – 11 years oldThe child: Is capable of thinking out about actions previously carried out only at a sensorimotor level Develops logical reasoning Develops conservation
  13. 13. The child: Can do a lot of reading with meaning Can retell stories read Can pick out key words or topic sentences that give the main idea
  14. 14. The child: Can note supporting details Can determine cause-effect relationships Can make inferences There is a rapid growth in reading and in use of reading tool.
  15. 15. 11-14 years oldThe preteener: Is capable of dealing with hypothesis and propositions Develops abstraction
  16. 16.  The preteener: Can cope with higher level critical reading skills: drawing conclusions, making judgments, and evaluating plot and style For bright pupils: Reading has become truly analytic, interactive, constructive and strategic Beginning of period of refinement and wide reading
  17. 17. Rema Adrales Alice ManinangAntonio Delgado
  18. 18. Prepared by:“Live to express, not to impress.”
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