1. HOW TO TEACH READING Mg Jessica Contreras A firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Is reading a skill that I develop and enhance in classes or is it an activity sts do in classes? Do I prepare pre, while and post activities when there is a reading in the lesson? Do I teach them strategies to understand the reading? Do I really TEACH them how to read comprehensively?
3. Why do we read? To enlarge our vocabulary To learn from others experiences For getting new information For entertainment To improve my writing skills
4. Different purposes, different readings
5. Reading subskills or strategies Intensive reading getting the whole idea Usually done in the classroom Extensive reading Reading in detail (vocabulary) Usually away from the classroom
6. Scanning or reading for specific information To find an answer To find details To save time Skimming or reading for gist To get the main idea Overall understanding
7. LETS READ TOGETHER!!!
8. How to prepare a reading class Teach punctuation and intonation Tell them why they are reading this and not that Teach them previously to highlight and underline the important information Always plan the pre reading activities to engage them and facilitate their comprehension
9. Answer questions to check comprehension without looking at the text (paraphrasing) Make reading part of your monthly lesson plan, prepare a reading class once a month
10. Reading activities Predicting the end Inferring from a title Summarizing the text Evaluating and questioning what we have read KWL chart: What we know What we want to know What we have learned
11. Reading principles Encourage sts to read as much and as often as possible Sts need to be engaged to what they are reading Prediction is a major factor in reading as well as expectation, motivate them presenting the book in an interesting way
12. Match the reading to the general topic Consider their level and time, challenge them Good teachers exploit reading texts to the full
13. TODAY A READER TOMORROW A LEADER Margareth Fuller