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  • Weaving Technology into Reading Dr. Marybeth Green Texas A&M Kingsville
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  • Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?
    • Discuss with your neighbor why it is important to integrate technology in reading instruction.
    • Text a message to 99503 with your ideas.
    • Be sure and put the keyword 10966 at the beginning of your text!
    10966
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  • TEKS
    • Kindergarten
          • (15) Writing/composition. The student composes original texts. The student is expected to:
            • (F) use available technology to compose text (K-3)
    • Grade 2
          • (8)  Reading/vocabulary development. The student develops an extensive vocabulary. The student is expected to:
            • (D)  use resources and references such as beginners' dictionaries, glossaries, available technology, and context to build word meanings and to confirm pronunciation of words (2-3).
  • TEKS
    • Grade 3
          • (10)  Reading/literary response. The student responds to various texts. The student is expected to:
            • (B)  demonstrate understanding of informational text in a variety of ways through writing, illustrating, developing demonstrations, and using available technology (2-3);
    • Grade 5
          • (21)  Writing/inquiry/research. The student uses writing as a tool for
            • (E)  present information in various forms using available technology (4-8); 
  • TEKS
    • Grade 6
      • Writing/Expository and Procedural Texts. Students write expository and procedural or work-related texts to communicate ideas and information to specific audiences for specific purposes. Students are expected to:
        • (D)  produce a multimedia presentation involving text and graphics using available technology.
  • Research
    • National Reading Panel Report
      • studies report positive results, suggesting that it is possible to use computer technology for reading instruction…. but relatively few specific instructional applications can be gleaned from the research
  • Research
    • … with the availability of technology, quality software, and well prepared practitioners, there is the potential for students to benefit.
    Committee on the Prevention of Reading Difficulties in Young Children, Snow, C. E., Burns, M. S., & Griffin, P. (1997).  Preventing reading difficulties in young children . Washington, DC: National Academy Press
  • Research
    • Technology provides teachers and students with enormous possibilities to use literature-based instruction programs and related activities to communicate, motivate and sustain learning and foster literacy
    Wepner, S. B., & Ray, L.C. (2000). Using technology for reading development. In Wepner, S. B., Balmont, W. J., & Turlow, R. (Eds.), Linking literacy and technology: A guide for K-8 classrooms. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
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  • Characteristics
    • Have grown up with digital technology and have spent their entire lives surrounded by and using computers, video games, digital music players, video cameras, cell phones, etc.
    • Are used to receiving information immediately
    • Like to parallel process and multitask
    • Prefer graphics to text
    • Prefer random access (like hypertext_
    • Function best when networked
    • Prefer games to “serious work”
    Prensky, M. (2001). Digital natives, Digital immigrants. On the Horizon, 9 (5), 1-6. Retrieved, December 30, 2009, from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky%20-%20Digital%20Natives,%20Digital%20Immigrants%20-%20Part1.pdf
  • "The value of educational time spent on using technology to support students' literacy development rests on its ability to promote higher-level thinking, collaboration, constructivism, speed and information evaluation - i.e., those competencies required for the 21st century" (Asselin 2001) Asselin, M. 2001. "Literacy and Technology." Teacher Librarian 28 (3): 49.
  • Readicide Readicide. Read-i-cide n:  The systematic killing of the love of reading, often exacerbated by the inane, mind-numbing practices found in schools. Gallagher, K., & Allington, R. L. (2009).  Readicide: How schools are killing reading and what you can do about it . Portland, Me: Stenhouse
  • Trends
    • Portability
    • Collaboration
    • Communication
    • Gaming
  • Influences High Stakes Testing Constructivist Pedagogy
  • Tools for Integrating Technology into Reading Instruction
    • Phonics and Phonemic Awareness
    • Process of Reading
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Vocabulary
    • Response to Reading
  • Phonics/Phonemic awareness
    • Phonics
      • Starfall
      • Learning Management Systems
    • Handheld devices
      • Leapster/
      • PSP/DS/
      • IPhone apps
      • Teachermate
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  • How are you using technology here?
  • Process of Reading
    • Tag Reader
    • Storyline Online
    • Playaways
    • Mp3 players
    • eReaders
      • Sony eReader
      • Kindle
      • Nook
  • How are you using technology here?
  • Vocabulary
    • Free Rice
  • How are you using technology here?
  • Response to Reading
    • Wikis
      • Literature and Book Discussions
      • Holes
      • Warriors Read
    • Blogs
    • Multimedia
    • Skype
  • How are you using technology here?
    • Do you have a question?
    • Text a message to 99503 with your ideas.
    • Be sure and put the keyword 20580 at the beginning of your text!
    20580
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