How to help your child with reading

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How to help your child with reading. The stages of reading development How we teach reading at St Peters How you can help at home. Stages of Reading. The emergent reader knows that the text goes from left to right can blend uses picture for clues - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<ul><li><p>How to help your child with readingThe stages of reading developmentHow we teach reading at St PetersHow you can help at home</p></li><li><p>Stages of ReadingThe emergent readerknows that the text goes from left to right can blend uses picture for clues retells a simple story which is read to them knows names of letters identifies initial and final soundsunderstands the difference between letters and words notices and reads environmental print reads one word at a timeselects simple repetitious books reads favourite books over and over make predictions</p></li><li><p>Stages of ReadingEarly Readertells main idea makes predictions and explain why things happenidentifies main characters begins to differentiate between fact and fiction identifies high frequency words some awareness of medial vowel sounds uses context clues begins to self correct understands the meaning of . ? ! selects a variety of books begins to feel confident when reading silently or orally </p></li><li><p>Stages of readingFluent Readerrecognises plot, problem and solution in a story evaluates character's actions or behaviors uses a variety of clues to decode unfamiliar words identifies blends, digraphs, applies vowel rules to sound out words uses punctuation correctly reads smoothly, with expression and phrasingselects a wide variety of books, may select chapter booksconfident enjoys sharing favourite books enjoys challenges selects reading during free time summarises main events of a story</p></li><li><p>Stages of readingPlease remember every child learns at a different pace.</p></li><li><p>How we teach children to read at St Peter's</p><p>Children need to learn to read before they can read to learn.</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peter'sIndividual reading</p><p>Guided Reading</p><p>Shared Reading</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peters</p><p>3 aspects to readingWord recognitionGrammarComprehension</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peters</p><p>Once a child can work out the words (decode) he can then begin to sort out the message (comprehend).</p><p>If he cant decode the words, he cant begin to understand.</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peters</p><p>Thats where phonics comes in</p><p> 44 sounds We teach children to read and write them.</p><p>(Unfortunately, they can be spelt in different ways.)</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peters The 44 phonemes</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St PetersBlending for readingWhat to do when a child gets stuck on a word? </p><p> Sound it out. Split the word into parts/syllables.-If the word contains a sound they dont know, then tell them!-Dont forget some words cant be fully sounded out, so help them! (Dont forget picture clues and meaning).</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St PetersWhat happens when a word isnt phonically decodable?</p><p>Encourage them to look for other clues (visual clues, initial sounds/final sounds, grammatical).Tell them!</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St Peters</p><p>Keywords and high frequency words</p></li><li><p>How we teach reading at St PetersReading for meaning</p><p>Discuss the book!</p><p>Who, what, where, when questionsWhy do you think?What would you do if.?How do you know?</p></li><li><p>How you can support your child's readingFind a quiet timeMake reading enjoyableMaintain the flowBe positiveSuccess is the keyVisit the libraryRegular practiseCommunicateTalk about booksVariety is important</p></li><li><p>How you can support your child's readingPlay gamesWord building games, like magnetic letters on the fridge.</p><p>I spy to notice initial and final sounds</p><p>Sound buttons games to encourage the segmenting of words.</p></li><li><p>How you can support your child's readingUseful websites: </p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p></li><li><p> Any questions?????</p></li></ul>