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    Literacy night   fall literacy night (2) Literacy night fall literacy night (2) Presentation Transcript

    • Strategies to Help Your Child Read
    • Strategy 1 Look at the picture Look at the picture before reading. Refer to the picture at difficulty. DO NOT COVER THE PICTURE!
    • Strategy 2 Does It Make Sense? Predict a word that makes sense. Does the picture match what you read? If not, try another word. The cat is orange.
    • Strategy 3 Get your mouth ready. Say the beginning sound and look at the picture. f –
    • Strategy 4 Does It Look Right? Look at the beginning sound. Does it match what your child said? Look through the entire word. fish
    • Strategy 5 Reread When your child is “stuck” on a word, reread to try to figure it out.
    • Strategy 6 Does It Sound Right? The words that your child reads must make sense in the English language. “ Him goes to the store.”
    • Strategy 7 Look For Chunks Look for a part that you know. h and s Look for similar words. d og fr og l og
    • Now we CRASH through our words. Cr a sh What about "sounding it out"?
    • Our 7 Reading Strategies
      • Look at the picture.
      • Does it make sense?
      • Get your mouth ready.
      • Does it look right?
      • Reread
      • Does it sound right?
      • Look for chunks.
    • Ways to Help Independent Readers
      • Pick a familiar text if working on fluency.
      • Look for expression.
      • Stop and discuss EVERY
      • part or chapter.
      • Vocabulary becomes more difficult.
      • Comprehension is the key.
    • Key Comprehension Questions
      • What was that part / chapter about? Why?
      • Summarize in 3 – 5 sentences.
      • What did you like about this part / chapter?
      • Do you have any questions about the book?
      • Make a prediction about the next part / chapter.
      • What do you think the author is trying to tell you in this story?
      • What do you think is the most important thing that happened in this story? Why?