CHETANA’SHAZARIMAL SOMANI COLLEGE OFCOM. & ECO. & SMT.KUSUMTAICHAUDHARI COLLEGE OF ARTSEFFECTIVEREADING FROM : PRESENTED TO : FY BFM PROF. SHIVAPRASAD GROUP NO: 5
Group members NAME ROLL NO.SHIVA SHETTY 137JIGAR GOGRI 114MANALEE RAIKAR 152MANALI 106DESHMUKHPOOJA BHOSLE 103BOBBY D’SOUZA 105
READING1)READING2)IMPORTANCE OF READING3)READING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT4)TYPES OF READING
EFFECTIVE READING1.EFFECTIVE READING2.TIPS FOR READING3.KEYS FOR EFFECTIVE READING4.SEVEN STRATEGIES OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE READERS
WHAT IS READING ?? Reading Is A Complex cognitive Process Of Decoding Symbols In Order To Construct Or Derive Meaning. The Reading Process Requires Continuous Practice, Development, And Refinement.
Contd ..Reading is a fundamental part of everyday living. Reading enables us to interact and understand the world around us. Readers may use morpheme, semantics, syntax and context clues to identify the meaning of unknown words
IMPORTANCE OF READING Reading is fundamental to function in todays society. Reading is a vital skill in finding a good job. Reading is important because it develops the mind. Reading discover new things. Reading develops the imagination.
READING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SUB-LEXICAL READING• It involves teaching reading by associating characters or groups of characters with sounds or by using Phonics or Synthetic phonics learning and teaching methodology.• Sometimes argued to be in competition with whole language methods.
READING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LEXICAL READING• It involves acquiring words or phrases without attention to the characters or groups of characters that compose them or by using whole language learning and teaching methodology;
TYPES OF READINGSUBVOCALIZEDSPEED READINGPROOF READING
MEANINGReading Strategies Used By ActiveReaders To Help Themselves To SaveTime And Cover A Lot Of Ground.Your Purpose For Reading ShouldDetermine Which Strategy Or StrategiesTo Use.
READING STRATEGIES1. Previewing the text to get an overview2. Skimming3. Scanning4. Intensive reading5. Critical reading
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Question 1:Can I become an effective reader? O Yes, you can!!!!O As with any subject matter, Reading requires work and discipline especially if it is not your strong area.O A dislike for Reading does not have to limit how well you can do it!
Question 2: Are there techniques and methodsthat can help me be a more effective reader? Before we look at the different methods and techniques for being an effectivereader you must ask yourself the following questions:
Assessment:O Do I skim or “preview” a chapter before I begin reading?O Do I concentrate while reading a text?O Do I wait to underline, highlight, or annotate the text until after I read a page or section?O Do I take notes while I read?
Methods And Techniques: After Answering The AssessmentQuestions We Can Begin To Learn And Implement Various Techniques:O There are three methods that we will look at:O MappingO KWL ChartsO SQ3R
How Do You Map?O While you are previewing, use your map or diagram to show the central or main idea.O Draw lines away from the central idea on which to write down your secondary ideas or supporting ideas.O Also allow for Key Ideas or Terms which should be found in the chapter.
MappingO Mapping the chapter as you preview it provides a visual guide to how different chapter ideas fit together.O 75% of students are visual learners therefore putting content in a more graphic style can improve comprehension for many readers.
Examples of Reading Maps: Main or Central IdeaSecondary Idea Secondary Idea Secondary Idea
KWL ChartsO The purpose of a KWL Chart is figure out what you know, what you want to learn, and ultimately what you have learnedO K = What do you KNOW about the subject or chapter? (prior knowledge)O W = What do you WANT to know?O L = What have you LEARNED about the subject or chapter?
How Do I Make A KWL Chart? O To make a KWL Chart you will need to either draw or create a chart with three columns. O One column is for the K, one for the W, and one for the L. O In the K column list what you already know, in the W column list what you want to know, and in the L column list what you have LEARNED.
SQR3O The SQR3 Method is very similar to both of the previously mentioned methods.O The purpose of this method is to encourage you to preview, look at the questions that go along with your chapter, and then to focus on the detailed reading of your chapter.
Question 3: Can I improve my Reading Comprehension?• YES• If you will follow any of the methods explained in this chapter or seek out methods of your own to implement; you WILL see drastic improvement in what you are able to remember from you reading and how well you understand the content!!!
Seven Strategies of Highly Effective ReadersACTIVATINGINFERRINGMONITORING-CLARIFYINGQUESTIONINGSEARCHING-SELECTINGSUMMARIZINGVISUALIZING-ORGANIZING
TIPS FOR ACTIVE READING• Be Selective about what you read?• How to select?• Focus on the question• Before you read, establish what you already know.• BREAK READING INTO MANAGEABLE SEGMENTS
CONCLUSIONEFFECTIVE READING IS THE MOSTIMPORTANT ASPECT AS IT IMPROVESTHE READING SKILL , HELP US TOGAIN KNOWLEDGE AND ALSOIMPROVES OUR IMAGINATION WITHINOURSELVES.