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genuine love for reading

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Vocabulary building
Motive Question
Motivation
Principles of motivation (Weller, 2005)
Pre-reading activities
genuine love for reading
developing a Genuine love for reading
3. this is an example of.
BRAIN
check
supplement the needed information!
1. It's the arousal power of teachers to get students interest.
7. like(true) or dislike(false)
teachers and students collaborate in the development of literacy skills.
9. Correct! Bonus item.
In the GLR stage, teacher establishes proper mind set, activates the students' schemata, introduces the theme and motivates them to read the passage.
IDEA
(Institute for the Development of Educational Attainment)
this is done before the actual reading,
establishes the mood
and encourage the students to read.
The arousal of students attention, selection, direction and maintenance of all human behavior.
It determines the extent of the learner's active involvement and attitude towards learning.
Emotion in motion!
Motivation is a science, a child goes through 4 phases,
self-interest
pleasure
competition
immersion
environment
incentives
praise or concrete rewards
interest and eagerness
instructional material
good job!
motive question is not the motivation, but may be a part of the
motivation.
its a question left hanging until the end of the reading, analysis of the
entire reading selection or a question that generalizes the whole selection

"a rich vocabulary is a valuable asset and an important attribute of success in any walk of life."
its important to begin vocabulary as early as possible
most important factor in reading and listening comprehension
vocabulary as center of language teaching because language consists of grammaticalised lexis, not lexicalised grammar.
5.It was said that this can determine if you will succeed in life or not.
vocabulary building
Systematic Phonic Instruction
rhyming words (Chuvovsk,1963)
phonemic awareness is commonly developed through:
Development of Vocabulary, Comprehension and Writing Skills
2 ways of presenting vocabulary items to learners
Contextual Analysis - a strategy which readers use to infer or predict a word from the context in which it appears.
Morphemic Analysis - a strategy in which the meaning of words can be determined or inferred by examining their meaningful parts. (i.e., roots, prefixes, suffixes, etc.)
Context clues and picture analysis
context clues is done by deriving the meaning of a word, which will later be seen in the selection, through the words that surround the vocabulary item.

picture analysis is done by presenting pictures that clearly states the meaning of it, there should be no other meaning that the learners can derive once they see the picture.

phonemic awareness
the ability to examine language independently of meaning and to manipulate its complement sounds.
sight word vocabulary
to develop their ability to use the letter-sound relations,
careful observation of their writing and attention to letter-sound relations and association between the words
includes colors and numbers as well as pictures to deduce their meaning

Complexity of literacy experience
the help of adult supervision to improve skills and to transfer learning.
collaborative effort of parents and teachers in engaging children in literary activities such as storytelling, phonemic awareness, sight-word vocabulary, socio-dramatic play, free play and guided play.
4. these are called ...
2. It keeps the students hanging from beginning to end.
6. Strategy we do by finding the prefix, suffix and root word.
8. like or dislike.
nursery rhymes, songs, and environmental print limit literacy activities
10. What kind of principle motivation is cited in number 9?
keep reading! Have a nice day. :)

prepared by: Angeline Muriel
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