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Transcript of C40:Interview
A students attitude towards reading will in large part determine his or her success.
Reading aloud and talking about the text helps with word articulation and understanding.
Understanding this helps us learn their reading behaviors.
Students who feel good about reading, and themselves will tend to go further with reading.
How to conduct reading interviews
Reading interviews can be done individually, or with a group as a whole.
Can be conducted before or after reading a book alone or as a classroom
Children can answer questions in front of class or alone with teacher based on childs comfort.
Become familiar with childrens strengths and weaknesses involving reading.
Understand how familiar children are with their reading
Find out what they like to read and dislike
To encourage children to read, discover books and where they take you.
What do the questions look like?
Viewing a video can help the pre-interview process & help along with the text.
Kelsie Fernandes TSOL3080
Continue interest by following interviews with activities to influence reading/literacy.
High Point Elementary, 6 ELL in group.
To enhance the interview process try enhanced learning activities such as accompanying illustrations.