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Reading Approach

  1. 1. Objectives:
  2. 2. Global Reading Approach
  3. 3. What is Global Reading Approach? • A global reading approach assumes that a person learns to read best when reading begins with natural and meaningful text. • A global approach to reading is an approach that begins by giving learners natural, meaningful text to listen to, look at, and memorize by sight.
  4. 4. Examples of Global Reading Approaches
  5. 5. 1.Do a language experience approach activity with the learners. • A language experience activity is usually an activity that learners do together. It could also be any experience an individual or group has had. After the experience, a teacher helps the learners write about what they have experienced.
  6. 6. EXAMPLES •Taking a trip to an interesting location •Bringing an animal or object to the classroom to observe and discuss •Inviting a guest to class •Taking a walk and observing the people and surroundings.
  7. 7. 2. Neurological Impress Activity 2.1 Using a regular sized book 2.2 Using a big book or charts BENEFITS • Develops reading fluency. • Helps impress the words into the learner's memory. • Helps learners imitate correct pronunciation, intonation, and phrasing. • Increases confidence in reading.
  8. 8. 3. Using Shared Reading Steps 1.Select an interesting story with repetition, or use a favorite story. 2.When introducing a new story, talk about – the title –the cover illustration, and –the kind of story 3. Read the story to the group, tracking each word with a pointer as you read. 4. Reread the story as a group, encouraging everyone to join in "reading“ certain words or phrases as they are able.
  9. 9. Phonics is a method for teaching reading and writing the English language by developing learners' phonemic awareness—the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes—in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns (graphemes) that represent them. Phonemes – sounds Graphemes - letters
  10. 10. Phonics Method has proven to be useful in teaching reading skills to students from preschool through early elementary school or as a practical way to introduce English to foreign speakers. Phonics works by breaking English words in smaller components and basic sounds. These letters and letter groupings are then applied to make words until the student can comprehend phrases, sentences and longer works. The Phonics method involves the relation between the speech sound and its written form.
  11. 11. A sight word is a word whose spelling is not straightforward and, therefore, does not enable a learning reader to determine what spoken word it represents just by sounding it out according to the rules. Learning readers recognize sight words from having memorized them or by drawing their meaning from context.
  12. 12. What is Sight Word Approach? In a sight word approach, new words are learned by sight (memory) as the learner sees them written and with picture cues. A sight word approach to reading is an approach that uses the word as the basic unit of language (Halvorson, 1992)
  13. 13. My Reflection: The way I see it, reading is vital to people’s lives. That’s why as teachers, we should do our best in providing appropriate approaches that will suite the needs of our students. Teaching them how to read is like giving them the opportunity to be someone someday. For reading is dreaming with open eyes.
  14. 14. LEARNING TASK Cite situations on how you can apply the learned approaches to teaching reading.

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