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How Can I Improve My Child’s Reading? M. Maan E. Marcelle
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Who are the reading role models in your house?
Provide a good role model Read yourself and read often to your child.
When Does Your Child See You Read? • • • Cooking Recipes Labels on packets Reading your letters Road signs Shop Signs Newspapers or magazines
What Does Your Child See You Read? • • • Internet Research Reading E-mails Reading TV subtitles Airport Signs Reading Qu’ran, Bible, Guru Granth Sahib & Torah
Decoding Components of reading Comprehension Sight Words
Components of Reading • Decoding (This means simply reading the words) • Comprehension (Understanding the text)
Stages of Learning to Read • • Tell the story from the pictures Speak clearly in sentences Use story language Predict, recall and sequence events Express own opinions Inference: reading in-between the lines Deduction: gathering information from what is on the page
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When is it the best time to hear my child read? How long should I spend listening to my child read?
Establish a reading time, even if it is only ten minutes a day.
My child has a few favourite books which he/she enjoys hearing over and over again. I feel we should be moving on. What should I do?
• Ask your child to bring a library book home to read to a younger sibling. • Make a book (family pictures)
At home my child reads nothing but comics and magazines. Does this matter? How can I encourage my child to read ‘better’ books?
Provide a variety of reading materials some for reading enjoyment some for reading knowledge with information about hobbies and interests.
What if my child chooses a book which is too easy for him?
Encourage activities that require reading Constructing a kite (reading directions) Cooking (reading a recipe) DIY (reading instructions to build flat pack furniture) Using reference books to: - Identify interesting bird's nest Investigate shells collected at the beach
My child sometimes brings home books which are far too difficult to read without help
What should I do when my child doesn’t want to read?
Encourage your child in all reading efforts.
What should I do if my child gets stuck on a word?
When my child reads aloud, I notice that he/she leaves out some words. Does this matter?
My child reads without expression – how can I help?
Reading with your Child
Reading with your Child
My child reads confidently but never seems to remember or understand what he/she has read. What can I do?
What can I do to help my child who keeps losing his/her place when reading?
• Establish one evening a week for reading (instead of television viewing).
• Write notes to your school-age child; encourage written responses. • When did you last email or text your child?
Reading in WJS • Reading Test • Reading Groups • Reading Logs
Putting Words in their Mouths Reading and Speaking Reading for Writing
Thank You for your time I hope this helps us to improve your child’s reading