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What is Developmental Reading?

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Anothe presentation which can be your reference in making your report in your EDUC 7A classes (Developmental Reading) this is the chapter 3 which focuses on what is developmental reading at its stages ...

Anothe presentation which can be your reference in making your report in your EDUC 7A classes (Developmental Reading) this is the chapter 3 which focuses on what is developmental reading at its stages and the skills you need to have for proficient reading and of course the problem most kids are facing in terms of reading.

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    What is Developmental Reading? What is Developmental Reading? Presentation Transcript

    • What is Developmental Reading?
    • Refers to a comprehensive reading program which consists of several periods or stages. These periods usually coincide with the developmental stages of growth of the individual. It is believed that one progresses gradually in acquiring and developing certain skills.
    • A DEVELOPMENTAL TASK IS A SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY THAT THE INDIVIDUAL FACES AT CERTAIN STAGES OF LIFE IN ORDER TO BE WELL-ADJUSTED. (HAVIGHURST 1981)
    • IN COLLEGE… REFERS TO THE REFINEMENT OF VOCABULARY, COMPREHENSION, LITERARY APPRECIATION, AND STUDY SKILLS WHICH ARE NEEDED IN BOTH INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE READING.
    • WHAT IS READING?
    • … it is a developmental task
    • Cause No. 1- Inadequate Instruction Cause No. 2- Lack of Appropriate Materials Cause No. 3- Big Unmanageable Classes Cause No. 4- Poor Attitude Towards Reading Cause No. 5- Conflict with Interests READING PROBLEMS
    • Skills required for Proficient Reading • Phonemic Awareness • Phonics • Fluency • Vocabulary • Reading Comprehension *National Reading Panel (2000)
    • Skills required for Proficient Reading • Phonemic Awareness- ability to distinguish and manipulate the individual sounds of language • Phonics- study of sound • Fluency-ability to read with speed, accuracy and vocal expression • Vocabulary-knowledge of words and word meanings • Reading Comprehension-engagement with text
    • Developmental Reading Stages Stage 0 (Birth-Age 6) Reading Readiness/ Pre Reading Stage 1 (Age 6-7, Grade 1-2) Initial Reading or Decoding Learning to recognize the alphabet, imitation reading, experimentation with letters and learning sounds Understanding the world around them Sounding out words from print Utilize consonants and vowels to blend together simple words
    • Developmental Reading Stages Stage 2(Age 7-8, Grades 2-3) Fluency Stage 3 (Age 9-13, Grades 4 to 2nd Year) Reading for Learning the New Stage Considered to be on the ‘real’ reading stage. They are fairly good at reading and spelling and are ready to read without sounding everything out. Re-reading allows them to concentrate on meaning and builds fluency Sounding out unfamiliar words and read with fluency Readers need to bring prior knowledge to their reading Acquisition of facts
    • Developmental Reading Stages Stage 4 (High School; Ages 14-18) Multiple Viewpoints Stage Stage 5 (College; Ages 18 and up) Construction and Reconstruction Stage Readers are instructed in reading and study skills Learn to analyze what they read and react critically Share multiple views and concepts Reads materials useful to them and apply those skills Readers know what not to read, as well as what to read They have the ability to synthesize critically the works of others and able to defend their stand on specific issues
    • Reading Pyramid Phonemic Awareness- is the foundation of reading because it is the ability to understand that words are made up of sounds Phonics- ability to identify letters and their specific sounds Decoding- is where children begin to sound out words Word Identification- Ability to see a word And know what it is Fluency Read text quickly And accurately Vocabulary Knowing what the words mean -a combination of Fluency and word identification able to construct meaning from the words read Comprehension
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