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Reading Seminar 2

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Transcript of Reading Seminar 2

The Four-Pronged Approach
in Reading Instruction
(Basilisa Manhit)

Marungko Approach
in Teaching Reading
(Nooraihan Ali & Josefina Urbano)
1. General Love for Reading
- It aims to immerse the child in literature and
develop a deep and lasting
love for reading
.
The following should be considered:
1. The story should be appropriate to their age.
2. There should be unlocking of difficulties.
3. Children should be in one with the story.
2. Critical Thinking
- The children are trained to reflect
on the story. They will soon be
accustomed to
critical thinking
.
3. Mastery of the Structures of the Language
- Using the content of the story, the children
will be able to practice newly learned
language structures. In this manner,
the children will gain
mastery of the structures of the language
.
Grammar and Oral Language Development
(
GOLD
)
4. Transfer Stage
- This are symptoms that will tell us that a child
is ready for beginning reading instructions,
or the
transfer stage
.
Characteristics:
1. Instead of the usual arrangement (order)
of letters in the alphabet, it starts with
m, s, a, i, o...
2. It starts with letter sounds rather than name
3. Small letters, then big letters
I - m, s, a, i, o, b
II - e, u, t, k, l, y, n, g
III - ng, p, r, d, h, w
IV - c, f, j, n, q, v, x, z
STEPS
1. Introduce pictures that start with the sound of the letter.
2. Introduce the sound
3. Show the letter form of the sound
4. Show the letter
5. Writing the letter form in the air...
6. Writing the letter on the paper
7. Writing the initial sound of a word
8. Giving examples of things that start with the sound
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