Reflection #2 Perspectives on Teaching Reading

Reflection #2 Perspectives on Teaching Reading
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  • Today are just beginning to start reading!! I'm so excited!!
  • Now how am I going to teach these kids how to read?
  • I guess to answer that I need to know what my perspectives on teaching reading are
  • I believe that you can't develop reading in parts but instead it needs to be developed as a whole process
  • I also know that reading is a cultural practice where the readers knowledge plays a key role.
  • So how am I going to teach this then?
  • I will not just stand at the front and talk but instead I will:
  • Provide opportunities to engage the students in the process of reading but also provide skill lessons when needed
  • Although showing students how to read is important I will also create conditions where the students will be able to learn the rules and will be fully immersed in reading
  • I will demonstrate to the students the proper way to read through read alouds.
  • With these scaffolded expectations I can provide different levels of materials and tasks
  • It is also very important for me to observe my students abilities and adjust expectations early.
  • For students that need higher teacher support I will provide more mini lessons and read-alouds and for students that don't need that support they can do more independent reading.
  • Although all the students will get a bit of everything
  • Oh?! It's almost time for class already! This is going to be a great day!
  • How about everyone comes over here and makes a circle on the rug! I am going to read this big picture book about bats!
  • Yay I love Halloween
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