Reconstructing the Paradigm of Reading: Pleasure vs Pressure

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Paradigm Shift of Reading Program

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Reconstructing the Paradigm of Reading: Pleasure than Pressure:

Re construct ing the Paradigm of Reading: Pleasure than Pressure Prepared by: T. Joel J Pineda (BEED SpEd ) August 11, 2012

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Outline of the Discussion The Philosophy of Reading What’s the problem? Shifting our Paradigm Application of concepts

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Expectation Setting Interactive Activities Sharing

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Group- Share What is reading ? Why is it important?

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According to them .. Mental process One looks at and understands what has been written (William, 1984) Highly personal activity mainly done silently ( Ariffin , 1992) Interactive process between the reader and the writer ( Brunan et al.)

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b ut for me, I define it as.. a n interactive psycholinguistic process

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Why is it important? Student’s Definition of Reading Student’s Reading Strategies Teacher’s Definition of Reading Teacher’s Instruction I R

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What do they experience?

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Bakit ? Carell (1987 ); Buehl (2001 ) W/ A TARGET Real hypothetical Presupposition Assumption Expectation Actual ability Proficient in relevant language Target Knows about the topic Text structure

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Group Activity A selection will be given to every major, try to interpret the text. 

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What should I do? Activate their prior knowledge 

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Paradigm Shift… Reading Strategies Learning Walls Wordo Sorts Think Aloud KWL Vocabulary Web

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Learning Wall (Cunningham, 2006) Generate a list of essential words, concepts, formulas, etc. and begin a word wall. Create charts and place them in a prominent place. Use color and patters to enhance learners. Students connect new info with the learning walls.

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Learning Wall Location: Where the kids can see it Content: Pictures, phrases, 4x6 index cards, color code words that share same concept

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Learning Wall It is a word from the Word Wall. It has ________ syllables. It’s used only when ______ It’s part of ____________ It completes this sentence: _______________

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Wordo (Faber, 2006) This game is based on the BINGO game. Give students a Wordo Card filled with Word Wall words (each card should be different).

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Sorts [Categorize] Open Sort Closed Sort Speed Sort Blind Sort Writing Sort

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Think Aloud Teacher reads text orally, stops and then “thinks aloud” to model how learners should make connections that develop better comprehension.

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Think Aloud Strategies Keep reading to see if author explains what you don’t understand. Reread to see if you missed something. Read back to the part you don’t understand or read forward and skip confusing words.

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KWL (Ogle, 1986) K = KNOW What do I already know about his topic? W = WILL or WANT What do I want to learn about this topic? What will I learn about this topic? L = LEARNED What have I learned about this topic after reading?

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Visual Guide (Stein, 1978) Used to preview the text by noting visuals such as maps, charts, graphs pictures, cartoons, etc. that relate to the content. How is the visual related to the text? Why did the author include the visual? What does the visual show me ?

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Vocabulary Web mapping strategy that builds on students' prior knowledge to lead them toward relationships with new words or terms

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Reciprocal Teaching ( Palincsar et al., 1984, 1986) Combines 4 comprehension strategies: Summarizing Questioning Clarifying Predicting The summarizer will then give the major points The questioner will ask questions about unclear sections The clarifier will discuss the confusing parts The predictor will guess what will happen next.

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80-15-5 Rule: Any one technique works with 80% of students Okay with 15% of students And does not work at all with 5% of students.

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Salamat sa pakikinig 

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