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Classroom research project eltdp


Using Shared Reading with Year 1 Students. …

Using Shared Reading with Year 1 Students.
This research project has been presented in the British Council ELTDP Symposium in Kuching Sarawak 2013.

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  • 1. Classroom Research Project ELTDP Teacher: Rosidah Abu Bakar School: SK Karamunting Sandakan Mentor: Breena Cheers
  • 2. USING SHARED READING WITH YEAR ONE STUDENTS.Story : The Very Hungry Caterpillar. By; Eric CarleAge group: 7 years oldDuration of the lesson: 3 X 60 minutesMethodology: Story based approach
  • 3. WHAT IS SHARED READING ?Shared reading is an interactive reading experience that occurs when students join in or share the reading of a book/ big book while guided and supported by a teacher or experienced reader.
  • 4. It is an enjoyable cooperate reading activity where children participate in reading, learn critical concepts of howprint works, get the feel of learning andbegin to perceive themselves as readers. (Fountess & Pinnell,1996)
  • 6. Why use story books..?• Students can have the experience and opportunity to explore a high level text.• Students can experience a creative and artistic learning environment.• Pictures/ illustration in the book can help the students take meaning from the text.• Students can have the opportunity to talk about the story and make prediction.
  • 7. * The teacher can give students the opportunity to practice in Wh Question orally. * It creates a fun and enjoyable lesson toachieved the student’s needs in the lesson.
  • 8. How to Conduct Shared Reading?a) Introduce the story- discuss the title, cover, author, illustration.- Ask students to make predictions regarding what they story might be about. b) Read the story aloud.- Use appropriate tone, inflection.- Pause and ask students to make prediction.- Ask brief questions to check students’ comprehension level.
  • 9. How to conduct Shared Reading?c) Conclude the reading.- Ask question about the story and relate it to the students’ similar experiencesd) Conduct follow up activities related to the story.
  • 10. Shared Reading Process * A shared reading session may be conducted in many ways depending on the needs of the students and the teaching objectives determined by the teacher.* It will be divided into three reading session;- Before, During and After reading ‘How to use it;• individual• Small groups• Whole class setting
  • 11. What are the opportunities in Shared Reading..?* Students able to track print from left to right. ( Left right orientation )• Students able to make prediction.• Students able to enjoy and participate in reading with a high level text supported by a teacher or experienced reader.• Students able to sequence an event of a story.
  • 12. * Students able to learn Story Elements( Characters, Setting, beginning, middle, end ) * Students able to communicate and express idea confidently. * Students can have the opportunity to communicate with the teacher in non formal situation. * Students have the opportunity to use and practice the target language.
  • 14. What I Plan to do..• There are 3 lessons using “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” story book by Eric Carle.• The Objectives from the 3 lessons are;1) Students enjoy listening to a story in Shared Reading.2) Students learned Sight Words.3) Students learned Days of the Week.4) Students learned about food that the caterpillar ate in the story.5) Students able to sequence an event of a story.6) Students able to answer Wh-Questions orally.
  • 15. What are the activities?Before reading;- Puzzle- Students talk about the character- Talk about the author. Who is the author?- Students talk about the cover, pictures,colours..etc- Story review.
  • 16. Puzzle
  • 17. Solving the puzzle.
  • 18. Pre Reading
  • 19. Shared ReadingDuring Reading:- Read the story aloud. Invite students to listen/ participate.- Picture walk.- Ask brief Questions.- Make pauses and invite students to make prediction.- Introduce sight words.- Invites students to Chime in phrases.
  • 20. During Reading
  • 21. During Reading
  • 22. During Reading
  • 23. Shared ReadingAfter Reading;- Teacher asks questions to check comprehension level.- Students do vocabulary match on the board.- Students make a Picture Story.- Writing.- Sequencing a story event.
  • 24. Vocabulary match
  • 25. Vocabulary match
  • 26. Vocabulary match
  • 27. Materials: Picture Story
  • 28. Making Picture Story
  • 29. Sequencing story event
  • 30. Sequencing a story event
  • 31. Summing up the lesson.
  • 32. Question & Answer
  • 33. The Materials
  • 34. The Materials
  • 35. The Materials
  • 36. Preparing the Big Book
  • 37. THE BIG BOOK
  • 38. What I have learned about Shared Reading?• I found new ways of introducing a topic in a lesson.• Sharing stories using Big Book.• Read with correct intonation and expression to attract student’s attention.• Interaction with students to check their comprehension level.• To relate stories to student’s personal experience.
  • 39. What my students’ have learned about Shared Reading?• Sight words/ high frequency words.• Days of the week• Food- Western fruits and food• The ability to predict• Cause and effect; the caterpillar ate to much and had a stomachache.• Relate stories to their personal experiences.
  • 40. Thanks for listening.. ENJOY YOUR DAY