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Reading

As future teachers it is very important to make sure that our students understand print. There are students who are fully able to pronounce print but unfortunately aren’t able to comprehend what they are reading. To read I believe means to understand the meaning of words, so therefore it involves much more than pronouncing print. In Beyond Traditional Phonics, (BTP) Margaret Moustafa stated, “pronouncing print is not necessarily comprehending print” pg. 6. Unfortunately, there are many students...

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Readings

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Reading Fluency

Reading fluency is defined as the ability to read smoothly and accurately, while using proper phrasing and expression (Bengeny,etal.,(2010). It is important that students add emphasis and make inferences while reading to process the meaning to the information being read. When practicing reading fluency it is important that students develop automacity. A professional ballet dancer no longer consciously has to think about her form or steps to a routine, a fluent reader should no longer remember to...

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Guided Reading

Running head: GUIDED READING Module 2 Multicultural Education Kimmy Taylor Ktaylor34655@mygcu September 16, 2009 Rdg. 525 Grand Canyon University Instructor: Dr. Jamie Petrilla Abstract This paper will describe the leveling process and how leveled books fit into the reading classroom. It will also describe how to use tools yourself, to locate lists of leveled books, how the listed levels of a title compare between one you leveled, what the publisher class the level...

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The Reading Process

read them. In teaching reading to young children, word selection is often the first place where we go wrong. We pull words from thin air and try to put them into the child. Often we make matters worse by putting these strange words into printed context outside the realm of the child's experience and expecting him to read--and he cannot. Children can learn to read any word they speak. One of the greatest hoaxes in all of educational pedagogy is that which says that reading vocabulary must be developed...

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Reading Report

mastered the basic phonemes, they are ready for a more advanced study of morphology, which breaks down words into their smallest units of meaning. These units, called "morphemes" include affixes, base words and roots. Syntax (formal grammar) and reading comprehension strategies are also taught. Traditional classroom teaching tends to emphasize auditory and visual learning, but does not give students much opportunity to use touch or movement in acquiring new information...

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Reading Practices

Scott Morton ESP 504 Theories of Reading Best Teaching Practices Dr. Sunday Obi Kentucky State University There are many different ways to affectively exercise best practices for reading and writing. I have researched and discovered that there are many strategies that can be used to promote them. One writing idea is establishing a positive writing atmosphere for learning. By establishing a positive writing atmosphere for learning provides students with the feeling...

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importance of reading

practice makes perfect in almost everything we humans do and reading is no different. 2. Reading exercises our brains. Reading is a much more complex task for the human brain than, say, watching TV is. Reading strengthens brain connections and actually builds new connections. 3. Reading improves concentration. Again, this is a bit of a no-brainer. Children have to sit still and quietly so they can focus on the story when they’re reading. If they read regularly as they grow up, they develop the...

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Extensive Reading

Daniel T. The university of Dodoma. COED. 0769 058488. Extensive reading is an approach to language including foreign language by the means of a large of unknown words in specific context will allow the learner to the words in specific context will allow the learner to the words meaning specific context thus to learn unknown words. (cobb, 2007) Extensive reading is an “extensive reading approach” and involves students reading along texts orf large quantities for general understanding. With the...

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Oral Reading

Reading is a complex activity. It sends our brains into a frenzy of electrical impulses that zig and zag through matter in ways we still do not totally understand. It organizes sights and sounds in designs that ultimately connect us to the broad vistas of life's many landscapes. Reading gives us the opportunity to appreciate those landscapes in all their variety. It is remarkable that, whatever approach, method, or ideology is used to teach reading, most students become proficient at it. For...

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