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Reading interventions

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did this presentation during our mid - sem in service training for teachers

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Reading interventions

  1. 1. READING INTERVENTIONS R AJEN R TH ESE C BAG N O DA ER . UDL M ASTER TEAC ER I H
  2. 2. JUMBLED LETTERS 1. acech 2. casho 3. froet 4. shienou 5. abue 6. sgors 7. ileu 8. euqeu 9. zapiz 10.acoco = cache = chaos = forte = heinous = beau = gross = lieu = queue = pizza = cocoa = ˈkash = ˈkāˈäs - = ˈ rt fȯ = ˈhānəs = ˈbō = ˈgrōs = ˈlü = ˈkyü = ˈpēt -sə = ˈkōˈkō -
  3. 3. Why is reading important? • • • • •
  4. 4. Why is reading important? • • • • •
  5. 5. Teachers address these factors.. • • • • • Word identification Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension Motivation   
  6. 6. Department of Education’s... ... GOAL to enable every Filipino child to communicate both in English and Filipino through effective reading instruction. ... THRUST make every Filipino child a reader. ... FLAGSHIP PROGRAM “Every Child A Reader Program” (ECARP)
  7. 7. Reading Assessment Tools • Phil – IRI (Philippine Informal Reading Inventory) July 8-12, 2013 (pretest) & March 21, 2014 (post test) Administered to Grades III – VI pupils utilizing last year’s tools and graded passages EGRA Tools (MTB) will be given to Grades I and II pupils
  8. 8. Reading Assessment Tools • ORV Program (Oral Reading Verification)  
  9. 9. Pupils’ ORV Descriptive Rating
  10. 10. Excerpt from Regional Memo No. 427, s. 2013 daed July 12, 2013
  11. 11. READING QUADRANT SAMPLES
  12. 12. READING QUADRANT SAMPLES
  13. 13. Implications • • • •
  14. 14. Reading Interventions • Division Level Read – a – thon (IV, V and VI)   • there might be a Spelling Bee (III – VI)
  15. 15. Reading Interventions • A Word A day - word transcription meaning sentence usage lectern ˈlektərn - a stand that holds a book, notes, etc., for someone who is reading, speaking, or teaching (Noun) The lecturer uses a lectern during his session.
  16. 16. Reading Interventions NOTE: Implication of ORV – The test gives both the teachers and the supervisors the idea of the limit or the extent of words or vocabulary to be included in each grade level.
  17. 17. Reading Interventions • ReLiSh (Read a Line and Share)  verbal expressions setting forth wisdom or a truth  sayings (repeated and familiar expression)  maxim (expression of a general truth or a rule of conduct)  adage (saying that has gained credit through long use) Ex. "Good things come in small packages.“  saw (familiar saying that has become trite through frequent repetition)  motto (expresses the aims, character, or guiding principles of a person, group, or institution)  epigram (witty expression, often paradoxical or satirical and neatly or brilliantly phrased)  proverb (old and popular saying that illustrates something such as a basic truth or a practical precept)  Aphorism (concise expression of a truth or principle, implies depth of content and stylistic distinction)  Quotation (a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker)
  18. 18. Reading Interventions • ELA StoRe (Every Leader A Story Reader)
  19. 19. Reading Interventions • DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) - 15 to 20 minutes spared for reading - make use of the mini library
  20. 20. Reading Interventions • Buddy Reading - fun way to help people learn to read - a student who knows how to read well reads with a student who can't read as well - Strategies: > Read Aloud > Echo Reading > Choral Reading > Take Turns Reading
  21. 21. Reading Interventions • Buddy Reading
  22. 22. Reading Interventions • Home Reading Report Title: Author: Publisher and date of Publication: No. of Pages: Setting: Characters: Summary: Lesson: Conclusion:
  23. 23. Reading Interventions • Journal Writing > can be a chronicle of daily activities > summary of most intimate thoughts > a way to keep self on-track
  24. 24. Reading Interventions • Readers Theater - a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script form. Readers read from a "script" and reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, blocking, or special lighting is needed. Presentations can easily be done in a classroom. The focus is on reading the text with expressive voices and gestures. Making comprehending the text meaningful and fun for the student!
  25. 25. Reading Interventions • Chambers Theater - a method of adapting literary works to the stage using a maximal amount of the work's original text and often minimal and suggestive settings - narration is included in the performed text and the narrator might be played by multiple actors.
  26. 26. “It is not enough to simply teach children to read; We have to give them something worth reading. Something that will stretch their imaginations -something that will help them make sense of their own lives and encourage them to reach out toward people whose lives are quite different from their own.” ― Katherine Paterson

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