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THE FOUR PRONGED APPROACH IN READING INSTRUCTION
Transcript of THE FOUR PRONGED APPROACH IN READING INSTRUCTION
GENUINE LOVE FOR READING
The first prong aims to immerse the child in literature and develop a deep and lasting love for reading. Finding a good and interesting story or poem is the first step in this prong. The story/poem should be suitable to the age, interests, and vocabulary levels of the children. The message of the story should be very clear to the teacher. His/her understanding of the material will be the basis of an appropriate objective which will guide the development of the lesson.
MASTERY OF THE STRUCTURES
OF THE (FILIPINO/ENGLISH) LANGUAGE
Through this method of sharing literature, vocabulary is developed, attention spanish lengthened, listening comprehension is honed and critical thinking, applied daily, becomes a habit.
In the course of time, children who have become used to listening to stories will want to read on their own. Opening a book and pretending to read are just some of the symptoms that tell that a child is ready for beginning reading instruction, or the transfer stage.
The table below presents a matrix of the four prongs, the goals for each one, and the materials to be used in each of the prongs:
The words, phrases, places, and important details of the story which may hinder the children’s understanding of the selection should be identified.
Methods of clearing these obstructions should be planned.
Unlocking of difficulties may be made through a variety of ways.
After story/poetry reading, the children are asked to answer the motive question. A discussion then unfolds the events and beauty of selection. This discussion should success in imparting the message of the story.