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Focus On Reading Presentation

Reading Strategies Used in Stage 1
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Josephine Carroll

on 20 September 2012

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Stage One Strategies FOCUS ON READING 1. Teacher enthusiasm:* reading to - modelling enjoyment of texts, modelling good reading e.g. intonation, pace, expression* discussion - talking with students about different text types, what they like/enjoy, purpose / use of different texts* significance - discussing why we need to read and when we use these skills 2. Edmodo:* reading posts, completing quizzes and polls, writing and reading messages to each other* demonstrating the importance of technology, acknowledging the increasing role of technology, however reading skills will always be a necessity. Miss Loney Teaching Points and Purpose
•Give the students a purpose for reading•Why are we reading the text? (WILF)
•Explaining the purpose of the text•Students are given a role during the reading
•We KNOW why we are reading this textApproval of Personal Choice
•Students share personal choice text•DEAR time – free choice
•Differentiating texts for individual needs/interests
•Praise!!The use of these strategies has increased my students’ willingness and engagement with reading! MRS COOMBER Dramatic Play and Environmental Text
Phonological awareness and written language awareness are mutually influenced and emerge reciprocally. (Badian, 1998; Chancey 1992; Justice and Ezell, 2001)
Children’s knowledge in these domains arises primarily in adult mediated interactions with oral and written language embedded within a meaningful, contextualised early childhood experience (Bus, 2001)Studies have shown significant increases in literacy related play when literacy props are integrated into play centres, particularly when adult mediation is involved (Justice and Pullen, 2003)Adult mediaton = adult scaffolding of interactions via modelling role play or conversation MISS CARROLL Business Office – phones, message forms, signs, envelopes, folders and files
Grocery Store - wall signs, notepads for shopping lists, shelf labels, product containers
Library – pencils, books, shelf labels, check out cardsCafé – signs, menus, notepads for orders
Vets – appointment book, wall signs, magazines, patient charts, prescriptions POSSIBLE PLAY CENTRES: I will be talking about "Real Life Reading" MRS BISHOP
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