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TSLB3033 Principles and Practice in English Language Teaching - Shared reading

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Bachelor of Teaching Programme (PISMP)
Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESL)
TSLB3033 Principles and Practice in English Language Teaching
Topic 4: Introduction to Reading and Writing Skills
Shared Reading

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TSLB3033 Principles and Practice in English Language Teaching - Shared reading

  1. 1. TEO WOON CHUN 2 PISMP TESL/PM (SJKC) Shared Reading
  2. 2. Pupils follow along as the teacher reads the selection aloud. (Fisher & Medvic, 2000) Concept
  3. 3. Re-creation of the natural ways that young children learn to speak and learn to read. (Holdaway, 1979) Concept (cont.)
  4. 4. A step between reading to children and reading independently by children. Concept (cont.)
  5. 5. What does shared reading involve?
  6. 6. What does shared reading involve? (cont.)
  7. 7. In Primary ESL classroom, we use…
  8. 8. • Choose the texts carefully – Rich language – Repetitive patterns (e.g. Boo…Boo…Boo!) – A strong storyline – High-quality illustrations • Reread the big book several times – Readers enjoy familiar stories. – It may increase their control over the reading. Teachers should…
  9. 9. 1. Introduce (prior knowledge, read title & author) 2. Read (pointer/ruler, invite the students to join reading) 3. Discuss (talk about the story and their reactions) 4. Reread (teach them letter-sound relationships) 5. Repeat (pupils take turns turning pages) Steps in a shared reading lesson
  10. 10. Interest See Enthusiastic Criteria for successful shared reading experiences (Holdaway, 1979) Students Teachers

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