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Readwriteserve tutor training

ReadWriteServe Tutor Training

ReadWriteServe Programs of the

Center for Adolescent Literacies at UNC Charlotte


What is readwriteserve

What is ReadWriteServe?

  • ReadWriteServe--Partnership for Literacy Action Initiatives brings together UNC Charlotte and community-based resources to address increasingly complex literacy needs of students and their families in the Southeastern U.S. through service, research and community-based programs that are culturally relevant and focused on community needs.

  • RWS supports literacy and reading tutors working with students at different levels and in differing contexts.

  • We offer a structured but flexible approach to tutoring that relies on tutors to make decisions about the needs of learners.

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Rws tutors provide

RWS Tutors Provide

  • Homework Help

  • Reading Support

  • Mentoring

A note about our terminology:

Tutors-----UNC Charlotte student /staff volunteers

Learners----the grades K-12 students receiving tutoring


The rws commitment

The RWS Commitment

  • Set a time commitment that is reasonable and stick with it. We ask that you commit to meeting with a learner once a week if possible. Whatever your schedule, please keep your commitment to our student partners.

  • Be ethical and responsible in all that you do in your work with student partners. You are mentors and role models.

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Have questions need help

Have questions? Need help?

  • Check out the ReadWriteServe Tutor Blog at rwstutoring.wordpress.com

  • Get tutoring tips

  • Learn about upcoming events and trainings

  • Ask questions & join a conversation


Get to know each other

Get to know each other

Ice breaker & information


Comprehension

Comprehension

  • Comprehension is the “so what” of reading. Readers who comprehend understand and can answer questions about what they’ve read. Here are some strategies that help with comprehension:

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How do children develop reading comprehension

How Do Children Develop Reading Comprehension?

  • Two-Stage Process [M. Pressley (2000)]

    • Lower processes focused at the word level—

      • word recognition (phonics, sight words),

      • fluency (rate, accuracy, and expression), and

      • vocabulary (learning word meanings).

    • Higher-order processing—

      • activating and relating prior knowledge to text content

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Strategies

Strategies

  • Often need to be taught, you may need to model how to use strategies in multiple contexts

  • Can and should be adapted to fit the needs of the learner and situation


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Key comprehension methods

Key comprehension methods

  • Establish a purpose for reading

  • Use prior knowledge (KWL)

  • Ask questions (QARs)

  • Make inferences (chart)

  • Determine important information, summarizing (GIST)

  • Use text structure

  • Self-assessment


Establish a purpose for reading

Establish a purpose for reading

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Reader

Text

Activity

Situational context

What can affect each of these components?


Use prior knowledge

Use prior knowledge

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Ask questions

Ask Questions

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Activities: QARs

Before-during-after

  • Right there

  • Think and search

    • Cause/effect

    • Problem/solution

    • Compare/contrast

    • List/example

  • Author and me

  • On my own


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QARs

LITERAL QUESTIONS

INFERENTIAL QUESTIONS

EVALUATIVE QUESTIONS


Make inferences

Make inferences


Determining important information

Determining Important information

Determining what is important

  • Overviews

  • Headings

  • Summaries

Summarizing

  • Delete trivial or irrelevant information

  • Delete redundant information

  • Provide a super ordinate term for members of a category

  • Find and use generalizations

  • Create generalizations


Determining important information gist

Determining Important informationGIST


Use text structure

Use text structure

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Use text structure graphic organizers narrative

Use text structure Graphic organizers: Narrative


Flowcharts to relate story parts

Flowcharts to relate story parts


Use text structure graphic organizers non fiction

Use text structure Graphic organizers: Non-fiction

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Self assessment

Self-assessment

  • Does this make sense?

    • Retelling

    • Rereading


Seven comprehension skills

Seven Comprehension Skills

  • Identifying details

  • Establishing sequence

  • Associating cause and effect

  • Determining main idea

  • Predicting outcomes

  • Valuing

  • Problem solving


Say something

Say Something

Double-entry Journal

Take turns reading and…

Make a prediction

Ask a question

Clarify something you read

Make a comment

Make a connection

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Double entry journals

Double entry journals


Think pair share

Think-Pair-Share


3 2 1

3-2-1


Talking drawings

Talking Drawings


Resources for tutors

Resources for Tutors

The Center for Adolescent Literacies offers the following resources:

RWS Tutoring website

https://tutoring.uncc.edu/

RWS Tutoring blog

http://rwstutoring.wordpress.com/

Center for Adolescent Literacies website

http://literacy.uncc.edu/


Need help have questions

Need help? Have questions?

ReadWriteServe Programs are a part of the Center for Adolescent Literacies at UNC Charlotte. If you have questions or need our help, call or email us:

Dr. Bruce TaylorJean Vintinner

704-701-5235704-687-7991

[email protected]@uncc.edu


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