Teaching rate and study skills- jessa l. villanueva
Rpublic of the Phillipines BULACAN AGRICULTURAL STATE COLLEGE Pinaod, San Ildefonso, Bulacan Written Report In Eng. 135 Remedial Instruction in English“Teaching Rate and Study Skills” Dr. Alicia S.P. Gomez Jessa L.Villanueva BEEd II-A
Teaching Rate and Study SkillsRate and Comprehension Smith and Dechant explain the relationship between rate and comprehension in readingas follows: To discuss the rate of reading adequately, it should be emphasized that it means rateof comprehending printed or written material. Although comprehension remains of primaryimportance and rate has no meaning apart from comprehension, rate of reading is worthconsidering. Roldan has classified reading rate or speed into three based on the reader’s purpose andthe difficulty of the material: study speed, average speed, and fast or selective speed. 1. Study Speed – it is the slowest reading speed and is used for material that requires careful reading owing the reader’s purpose. 2. Average Speed – it is the one most often applied by adult readers. This rate would be approximately 250 words per minute and it is normally used for easier textbooks, novels newspaper and so on. It can be used for most prose material, whether factual descriptive or narrative. 3. Fast or Selective Speed – this is actually method of reading selectively of reading only those portion of the material that are necessary for the reader’s purpose reading selectively is one of the most important skills of the mature. There are two types of selective reading: skimming and scanning. Skimming is the fastest speed of reader capable of. The reader skim-reads when he wishes to cover reading material in hurry or to discern the writer’s core message. Scanning on the other hand is looking over the material hastily in search of particular bits of information. The best example of scanning is looking a telephone directory.
Activity 1 Word Recognition SkillsDirection: Quickly locate the word that is the same to the keyword. Write the letter ofthe correct answer on your sheet. A B C D1. Match watch match mash much2. Shall shell hall shall sham3. Trash rash track trace trash4. Wolf walk wolf woke wake5. Robe robes rob robe road6. Four fore four pour forty7. Bud bed bud buddy bead8. Corn corn core cork curb9. Rite rate rote right rite10. Ledge lodge lead letter ledge11. Hammer hamper stammer hammer pound12. Kitten mitten smitten bitten kitten13. Adopt adopt adapt arrange adoption14. Special special serial spender species15. Polite policy politics polite bright
Study Skills and Library SkillsTeaching suggestion Reading a Textbook Title Page Gives the title, author and publisher. Copyright Page Gives the date publication. Table of Contents Lists chapter titles and page number for the main ideas that covered in the book. Index Lists the alphabetically the subjects and the pages numbers On which the subject are discussed. Reading Reference MaterialEncyclopedia - is a type of reference work, a compendium holding a summary of informationfrom either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge.Thesaurus - is a reference work that lists words grouped together according to similarity ofmeaning (containing synonyms and sometimes antonyms), in contrast to a dictionary, whichcontains definitions and pronunciations.Biographical Reference – this were you can find the biography of the famous people. Entertainers * Politician Scientist * Sportspeople Writers
Atlases - A book or bound collection of maps, sometimes with supplementary illustrations andgraphic analyses.Almanacs - is an annual publication that includes information such as weather forecasts,farmers planting dates, tide tables, and tabular information in a particular field or fields oftenarranged according to the calendarDictionary - is a collection of words in one or more specific languages, often listedalphabetically, with usage information, definitions, etymologies, phonetics, pronunciations, andother information. Source: Teaching Reading in the Elementary Grades Erlinda G. Tajero Gerry C. Catchillar (Coordinator) Published by National Bookstore Copyright 2004
Activity2 Vocabulary Words TO A LOST ONE Angela Manalang-Gloria I shall haunt you O my lost one, as the twilight Haunts a re-entangled trail, And your dreams will linger strangely with the music Of a phantom lover’s tale, You shall not forget, for I am past forgetting, I shall come to you again With the starlight and the scent of white champacas, And the melody of rain. You shall not forget. Dust will peer into your Window, tragic-eyed and still, And unbidden, startle you into remembrance With its hand upon the still.Answer this vocabulary words: 1. to visit often 2. the period between sunset and dark 3. to twist together 4. to proceed slowly 5. A ghost 6. Darker stage of twilight 7. To alarm 8. The light from star