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Strategies for Teaching Reading - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
Learning how to read is one of the most important skills that children learn in school. Therefore, it is important that teachers know and understand a variety of strategies for reading instruction. The lessons in this chapter help you to explore how books impact reading skills, activities that help with emergent reading, and how syllables are constructed in the English language. This chapter has been created to teach you:
- How literature supports the development of reading skills
- How storytelling, guided reading, and interactive reading support emergent readers
- What types of activities help children with learning consonants, vowels, and syllables
|The Role of Literature in Learning to Read||Explore how literature plays an intricate part in assisting children with learning how to read.|
|Activities with a Role in Emergent Reading||Examine activities that teach emergent reading skills.|
|Understanding Consonants, Vowels & Syllables: Types, Structure & Activities||Evaluate the different kinds of consonants and vowels in the English language and identify activities that help with learning them.|
1. The Role of Literature in Learning to Read
Literature is an important part of teaching children to read. There are many different activities that involve literature that teachers and parents can do with students to help them get interested and keep on reading.
2. Activities with a Role in Emergent Reading
Learning to read can be a difficult journey for many. As experienced readers, there are things we can do to help them on their way. This lesson discusses the emergent reading strategies of lap reading, shared reading, and guided reading.
3. Understanding Consonants, Vowels & Syllables: Types, Structure & Activities
After watching this video lesson, you will learn how vowels and consonants come together to form syllables. You will also learn how you can teach this part of our language to your students.
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Other chapters within the Education 102: Literacy Instruction in the Elementary School course
- Learning Processes & Theories
- Instructional Approaches
- Language Acquisition in the Classroom
- Beyond Oral Language Acquisition
- How Language & Culture Interact in the Classroom
- Identifying & Understanding Words
- Constructing Meaning
- Vocabulary Development
- Writing Development
- Approaches to Literacy Instruction
- Classroom Management for Literacy Instruction
- Selecting Resources for Literacy Instruction
- Responding to Student Needs
- Collaborations Outside of School
- Evaluation & Assessments in Education