Maria Lee R. Lucero
Assessment of teaching reading
What is Reading?
"Reading" is the process of looking at a series of written symbols and getting meaning from them.
- Reading it helps to expand our knowledge and imagination, it is very useful to construct a sentence or paragraphs and also to communicate to other people by the fluency and the pronunciation of the words.
Approaches to teaching reading
The major parts of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension).
In teaching reading it is important how to pronounce the words correctly and the fluency when it comes to speak or say the words. It also important to know the vocabulary words it is useful to understand the unfamiliar words and understand it.
Characters of teaching reading
The importance of a reading habit is that it strengthens mental muscles.
Reading it is good for comprehension abilities and the analytical abilities. It is full of imaginations and stimulates the memory in your mind. It helps to understand the situation and recall the information.
Manners of teaching reading
Understand letter sounds and use them to read and spell words. Practice reading enough to become fluent readers. Learn new vocabulary words. Learn to self-monitor when reading for comprehension and errors.
Recognize the letters and words, pronounce it clearly and fluently. Always practice reading books or articles to improve the understanding and the fluency when it comes to speak, learn more about vocabulary words it helps to develop the critical thinking.
Types of reading
Skimming. Scanning. Intensive. Extensive.
Skimming, sometimes referred to as gist reading, means going through the text to grasp the main idea.
Scanning involves the technique of rejecting or ignoring irrelevant information from the text to locate a specific piece of information.
Intensive reading is far more time-consuming than skimming and scanning as it needs the reader’s attention to detail.
Extensive reading lays more emphasis on fluency and less on accuracy.
Assessment for teaching reading
Graphic organizer —
Objectives: Describe the synopsis of the story and highlights the important details. Use critical thinking skills and be creative to your work.
Directions: Analyze the book that you read. Create a graphic organizer for the synopsis and highlights the important details of the story.https://www.google.com/search?q=graphic+organizer&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwiLzbPM_IH0AhVMRvUHHZyZDb8Q2-cCegQIABAC&oq=Grap&gs_lcp=ChJtb2JpbGUtZ3dzLXdpei1pbWcQARgBMgQIABBDMgcIABCxAxBDMgoIABCxAxCDARBDMgcIABCxAxBDMgQIABBDOgoIIxDvAxDqAhAnOgUIABCABDoICAAQsQMQgwE6CAgAEIAEELEDUK4MWIcRYOsnaAJwAHgAgAGAAogB2QaSAQUwLjIuMpgBAKABAbABBcABAQ&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-img&ei=NIiFYYvjBcyM1e8PnLO2-As&bih=646&biw=360&client=ms-android-vivo&prmd=invx&hl=en#imgrc=_tKRO1EVzoTxeM
Objectives: Analyze the story that you read. The students will able to use their reading comprehension abilities. Apply the language skills for that work.
Direction: Write the answers on the blanks. The title of the book, who is the author of that book, what genre of the book that you read. Summarize the story and put a recommendation about the story.
Objective: The students must be deeply understand the story. Students will able to use their reading comprehension and analytical abilities.
Direction: Based on “ The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin.” Answer the following questions and answer it in essay form. (Minimum of 200 words)
What is the culture of the story?