Presentation on theme: "Reading 5 components. The ability to hear, identify and manipulate sounds (phonemes) in words. You can do it with your eyes closed! PHONEMIC AWARENESS."— Presentation transcript:
The ability to hear, identify and manipulate sounds (phonemes) in words. You can do it with your eyes closed! PHONEMIC AWARENESS
The connection between letters (symbols) and sounds. Works on applying knowledge of the letter- sound relationships and patterns to accurately pronounce or decode words. PHONICS
To accurately understand and attach meaning to various written materials. To be able to make connections and think deeply about what you read. Comprehension combines reading with thinking and reasoning. COMPREHENSION
Vocabulary is all words we must know to communicate effectively in these four ways: Helping to build word knowledge and language skills is very important!! VOCABULARY listening lisli reading speaking writing
Fluency is how quickly, accurately, automatically, and expressively someone reads. There is a relationship between how fluent a reader is and their comprehension! FLUENCY
Help your child find books that are “just right” for their reading level. Play sound games with your child. Dig deeper into the story with your child. Do storytelling on the go. Talk about what you see and do. WHAT TO WORK ON?
Help them choose a book that interests them. Look at a page in the middle. Put one finger down for every word on that page your child can’t read or doesn’t understand. If your child had fewer than 5 fingers, that book is just right for them! Help your child find books that are “just right” for their reading level
PLAY SOUND GAMES Ssssss - the letter is S….let’s name every thing in the kitchen that starts with the letter S. II spy a “I spy something that rhymes with…” “RHYME ENDS IN ….at” You give the ending sound and ask your child to make real words!
20 Questions...animal, vegetable or mineral? TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU SEE AND DO Categories...name a category and take turns naming items that belong in that category! “I packed my grandmother’s trunk and in it I put ___.”
DIG DEEPER INTO READING! READ THE SAME BOOK AS YOUR CHILD AND HAVE A BOOK CLUB AT HOME. Scavenger hunt: Give your child a list of things to find in the newspaper. Have your child read to you and then make predictions about what you think will happen in the story. Model for your child how to make connections to characters, setting and plot.
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