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Reading presentation


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A reading presentation used to help children who struggle with decoding tricky new words.

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Reading presentation

  1. 1. I am learning to enjoy reading.
  2. 2. Success:
  3. 3. <ul><li>I must be a good decoder </li></ul>
  4. 4. Good decoders try their best to read every word in the text correctly. This is what they do to help themselves:
  5. 5. When they come to a word they don’t know they cover it up. They say only the beginning sound - That means the first letter or the first blend.
  6. 6. As they continue reading to the end of the sentence, they are thinking big - What words beginning with that sound would fit here, and make sense?
  7. 7. They g o back to the beginning of the sentence and re-read. Often their big think will have given them the word that fits! They check that their word looks right and sounds right.
  8. 8. As a last resort they look at the whole word and sound it out - what other parts of the word do they know? What is the end sound? Are there any small words in the tricky new word?
  9. 9. Good decoders try their very best to … Read every word in the text correctly.
  10. 10. <ul><li>I must understand what I am reading </li></ul>
  11. 11. Good comprehenders try their best to understand what they are reading. This is what they do to help themselves:
  12. 12. Prior knowledge - they use what they already know to help them understand new things.
  13. 13. Make connections - between what they read and other texts - self - world.
  14. 14. Ask questions - to help clarify things that confuse them.
  15. 15. Visualise - Create movies in their minds.
  16. 16. Infer - read between the lines to figure out what it really means from clues in the text.
  17. 17. Summarise - retell by recalling important pieces.
  18. 18. Evaluate - Make judgements about what they read and justify their views.
  19. 19. Synthesise - Put the pieces together and see them in a new way.
  20. 20. Put together - Use all of the strategies every time you read.