Teaching reading strategies for young learners

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  • 1. A.DineshM.Phil EnglishThe American College

2. What is Reading? Why Reading is Important? Strategies For Readings? 3. It is a Decoding Process Aim is to comprehend the meaning Through reading we can gain a lot Reading builds our vocabulary which leads tocomprehend the meaning easily 4. Internal factor:Language proficiencyMotivation levelAccumulative reading abilityExternal factor :Quality of reading environmentTextual characteristics, readability oftext. 5. As a young learners we should read a lot forwhich we should select appropriate text . During reading the meaning doesnt go fromthe page to the reader, instead it is acomplex negotiation between the text andthe reader. Reading leads to good writing Reading builds our confidence, languageproficiency, and content information. 6. Narrow down your topic for better andbrighter readingWe should have reading readinessThree reading strategies1. Before Reading2. During Reading3. After Reading 7. What to read? Try to guess what the author try to say bygiving a glance. Check the topic, Index,Blurb, surveying picture, etcetera. Find is it relevant to your topic? Skimming and scanning are the key strategyin pre reading. 8. 1. Ask your tutor for reading list2. Use your textbook, you may find arecommended list3. Look up the topic in Encyclopedia4. Web resource5. Journal articles This brings answer for the question that is itneeded to read 9. Find the focus of your reading Note taking is key strategy in reading, thismakes the reader active This is influenced by before reading Questioning, Predicting and visualizing arethe thing we have to do to obtain betterresult Contextualize Use your voice while reading difficult words,for recurrent usage of the term No fast or slow reading only end result count 10. After completed reading this is the importantstage, we have to think about the text andits implication. Try to have note when to begin your readingnext, because regular reading will beeffective. 11. Lecture 5% Reading 10% Audio/visual 20% Demonstration 30% Discussion 50% Practice and doing 75% Teaching others 90% 12. Guide Monitor Help and motivate Can divide students in to smaller groups provide feed back to students, try to be partof them and kindle desireAll this points will ultimately leads to betterresults in young learners reading.

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