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Reading strategies for second grade

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by smoidu
Last updated 1 year ago

Discipline:
Elementary School
Subject:
Beginning Readers

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Teaching Reading to Second Grade

Benefits of integration Higher retentionEngages all learning stylesPromotes repetition of skills in an engaging learning formatAllows students to connect and create more real world connections

Incorporating various learning theories will allow me to reach all my students: behaviorism● Focuses on observable changes in behavior● Views the teacher’s role as providing informationand supervising practice● Describes learning as the result of stimulusresponseactions● Uses incentives and rewards for motivationconstructivism,Describes learning as the active construction ofknowledge● Recognizes the importance of backgroundknowledge● Views learners as innately curious● Advocates collaboration, not competition● Suggests ways to engage students so they can besuccessful sociolinguistics, ● Emphasizes the importance of language and socialinteraction on learning● Views reading and writing as social and culturalactivities● Explains that students learn best throughauthentic activities● Describes the teacher’s role as scaffoldingstudents’ learning● Advocates culturally responsive teaching● Challenges students to confront injustices andinequities in societyinformation processing.Compares the mind to a computer● Recommends integrating reading and writing● Views reading and writing as meaning-makingprocesses● Explains that readers’ interpretations areindividualized● Describes students as strategic readers and writers

Stage 1: Prereading● Activate or build background knowledge andrelated vocabulary.● Think about the genre.● Set purposes.● Introduce key academic vocabulary words.● Make predictions.● Preview the text.Stage 2: Reading● Read independently or with a partner.● Read with classmates using shared or guidedreading.● Listen to the teacher read aloud.● Read the entire text or specific sections,depending on purpose.● Apply reading strategies and skills.● Examine illustrations, charts, and diagrams.Stage 3: Responding● Write in reading logs.● Participate in grand conversations or otherdiscussions.Stage 4: Exploring● Reread all or part of the text.● Learn new vocabulary words.● Participate in minilessons.● Examine genre, other text features, or thewriter’s craft.● Learn about the author.● Collect memorable quotes.Stage 5: Applying● Construct projects.● Read related books.● Use information in thematic units.● Reflect on the reading experience.

Read Aloud list . Virgie Goes to School with Us Boys by Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard, illustrated by E. B. LewisSam and the Lucky Money by Karen Chinn, illustrated by Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu Boundless Grace by Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Carolyn BinchMrs. Piggle Wiggle by Betty McDonaldThe Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamilloThe Year of Miss Agnes by Kirkpatrick HilWhat the Moon Saw by Laura ResauShow Way by Jacqueline Woodson, illustrated by Hudson Talbott

Main stages of literacy development

opportunity to integrate reading into the core classes

Integration into content areas

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Major theories of Cognitive development

Knowing where they are in their literacy development and teaching them by the best way they learn will help us meet our second grade goals

Incorporating lesson plans with activites that are both teacher and student centered fosters a higher level of engagaement. Behavioriism model● Basal readers● Minilessons● Repeated readings● WorksheetsConstructivism model● Literature focus units● K-W-L charts● Learning logs● Thematic units● Word sortsSociolinguist model● Literature circles● Shared reading● Questioning the Author● Reading and writingworkshop● Author’s chairInformation Processing model● Guided reading● Graphic organizers● Grand conversations● Interactive writing● Reading logsInformation processing Information

Teachers read aloud, modeling how good readers read.

Read Alouds

opportunity to advertise books

can be an introduction to a new topic/ unit

introduce materials above their reading level

creates a venue to develop reading strategies for/reading cues


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