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Literacy- Reading at Home

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Sean Rutledge

on 6 February 2017

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Transcript of Literacy- Reading at Home

Literacy- Reading at Home
Conversations are Important
Prompting Unfamiliar Words
Phase 2
Change Location
Basic Concepts of Reading
Reading strategies to try at home!!!!
Book Orientation
Echo Reading
NIM Reading
Paired Reading
Shared Reading
Kaye Lowe Workshop Next Year
Ask your Class Teacher For Help
Implement these strategies at home
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Take two to three minutes to talk about the book
Discuss the title
Discuss the illustrations
Find any unusual words by scanning
If it is a chapter book read first chapter together
Negotiate to read a sentence, paragraph or page
You read a sentence, paragraph or page and the child rereads (echoes) the same section
Continue taking turns
Read aloud while your child mimics the words lightly behind you.
Track words by moving your finger under the lines in a fluid movement.
Model good reading- read in your normal voice.
This strategy is used when a book is familiar to the child and can be read independently.
Use the same book and share.
Negotiate to read a sentence, paragraph or page
Take it in turns to read a sentence, paragraph or page.
When your child comes to a word they don't know:
Avoid eye contact
Keep your eyes on the page
Give your child time to piece together clues
Readers need time to look ahead, reread, skip words and pick up clues or information from illustrations.
The Clue is in the book Don't be an instant word factory
Have Fun!!!!
Before children learn to read they need to be have engaged in a lot of listening and talking.
Making sense of print and making meaning from written language.
Concerned with Communication
When we read we match spoken language with printed symbols and letters.
The most important experiences are children engaging in conversations.
Conversation is an important tool because it gives opportunity to receive information , express ideas, desires, opinions and feelings.
It develops the understanding of language patterns.
Conversation gives us knowledge about words and meaning.
Minimise stress by changing location when you are reading.
Locate yourself differently in relation to your child.
Make sure your child holds the book.
Minimise everyone's stress by implementing the strategies discussed.
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