Rose in Context The Teaching of Reading in Initial Teacher Education KATHY HALL National University of Ireland, Cork UCET, Sept. 11 th , 2007 overview Preparing reading teachers: the context Reading pedagogy: goals and influences An expansive view of reading
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Rose in Context
The Teaching of Reading in
Initial Teacher Education
National University of Ireland, Cork
UCET, Sept. 11th, 2007
2. Goals & Influences
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Conventions of Print
(Hall, 2006, adapted fromTaylor et al, 2001)
a) learning to read is a complex process that requires many skills and abilities
b)the beginner reader and the student teacher benefit tremendously from teachers/tutors/lecturers/mentors who understand the reading process, assessment, and different approaches to developing reading
c)the beginner reader and the student teacher benefit also from being in a school where headteachers and leaders know about the reading process, where reading success is prioritized and where leadership obtains the right balance between facilitating teacher autonomy, creativity and initiative in matters of teaching approach & direction and willingness to re-examine practice.