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Three Different Reading Models

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Cecilia Torres

on 4 October 2012

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(Sub-skills, Skills, and Holistic Models) Different Reading Models Subskills Model Focus is on sounds & letters Words are broken into syllables Explicit instruction of phonics rules Learning from parts to a whole Skills Model Basals/Flash cards are used to teach irregular words
Vocabulary is focused in isolation
Before a new story is read the new vocabulary is taught ateachersupply.com Holistic Model Focus is comprehension
Use mini-lessons that focus on skills taught in context
Implicit instruction ofblog.blogspot.com Subskills video kidsreadmore.com Behaviorist Theory B. F. Skinner Sub-skills explicit instruction helps students with disabilities not fall through the cracks Dyslexic students need to be taught strategies for comprehension using their strongest perception areas Pros: Good pronunciation with long & hard words Cons: Students with good comprehension may lose interest in reading Skills Skills Video Subskills Evaluation: Can help a variety o0f learners with different needs Texts can be boring Get a little of each model, making students well-rounded readers and writers Skills Evaluation STAAR Reading & Writing(mechanics portion) tests Definitions for isolated vocabulary words Informal Reading Inventories( IRI's, silient reading comprehension, reading aloud) Assessments made from a combination of different models Teacher's correction of mistakes is the key to prevent fossilized mistakes Mispronunciation is corrected by teacher Spelling tests(no definitions) Behaviorist Theory B. F. Skinner; Marilyn Adams Holistic Video Holistic Model Pros: Cons: By: Cecilia O. Torres Social-Constructivism Theory: Lev Vygotsky Students love reading & writing Life-long learners Teachers teach implicitly vs. explicitly Learners with disabilities may fall through the cracks Holistic Evaluation EDLI 6310 Dr.Kathy Bussert-Webb Reading interest inventory 24-hr. Reading Log
Cloze test
Reading Interest Inventory
Retrospective Miscue Analysis
Multiple Intelligences survey Pros: Cons: If teacher switches methods and materials it might be harder to learn and retain information Students may not be good at pronouncing hard, long words gain large vocabulary Sub-skills Picture Skills Picture Holistic Picture http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTomhirx9s8XgptTgDoq8dyY69F9PPxeo_lMNJVI8jMn9WNZtyVQ

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR4lUAuyrmjHn9W20HTJResYnrD51g3qHmeMJsi5sG6BO-qclM2 (Flash Cards) (Newspaper) (Phonics Poster) http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ6qg6Kog5fysDVgEE0AkobXhZ5WPPkp1VJ07qWCQWl7vN9Zps5oQ
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