Presentation on theme: "Listen to Reading Cloverleaf Elementary School September 24, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Listen to Reading Cloverleaf Elementary School September 24, 2013
Learning Targets I can review I-Chart components and Focus Lessons for Listen to Reading. I can learn about Listen to Reading from other teachers (our video clips). I can review resources available to me for this component.
Why “Listen to Reading”? Valuable for developing fluency and vocabulary…… Listening comprehension precedes reading comprehension Exposure to a variety of speech patterns increases oral fluency Audio paired with text develops reading skills http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/179.cfm?sd=6 8http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/179.cfm?sd=6 8 (6:00) Listen to reading – reviewing the I chart video http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/179.cfm?sd=6 8 (6:00) http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/179.cfm?sd=6 8
Listen to Reading Day One – * Brainstorm and practice I chart, * Model and practice material setup and how to use it * Model and practice listening and following along with words and/or pictures Day Two - * Review I chart * Model and practice putting materials away neatly Day Three - * Review I chart * Model and practice listening to a short story, finishing it, and starting a new story Day Four - * Review I chart * Discuss the number of recorders/computers available)
“On the Spot”..with the Sisters Question: – How do we manage Listen to Reading when the “book selection” is too short? Video: http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/1206.cfm?s d=68 http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/1206.cfm?s d=68
Listen to Reading for Older Students Is it appropriate for every student? See FAQ article in handouts. What about “age appropriate” materials for Listen to Reading…what about management? See “Managing Listen to Reading with Intermediate Students” http://www.thedailycafe.com/members/2594.cfm