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Sharing Reading with Young Learners. Naďa Vojtková English Department Faculty of Education Masaryk University. What is a „ shared reading “?.

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Sharing reading with young learners

SharingReadingwithYoungLearners

Naďa Vojtková

English Department

FacultyofEducation

Masaryk University


What is a shared reading
Whatis a „sharedreading“?

Sharedreadingisaninteractivereadingexperiencethatchildrencangetwhenanexperiencedreadersharesreading a bookwiththem. Itcanbedone in a homeenvironmentoratschool.


Don holdaway s natural learning cycle
Don Holdaway´s NaturallearningCycle

  • Demonstration

  • Guidedparticipation

  • Unsupervisedpractice/role-play

  • Performance

    Holdaway, Don. 1980.Independence in reading: A handbook on individualized procedures.Gosford, Australia: Ashton Scholastic


How to do it
How to do it?

  • Set upthescene

  • Choosetherightbook

  • Read multiple timeswithdifferentfocus

  • Use pictures to help comprehension

  • Involvelearners

  • Use thebookforcreativepractice


Before reading
Beforereading

  • Use pictures, cover

  • Predictthe story in L1

  • Tell the story, use keywords

  • Createtensionandexcitement


While reading
Whilereading

  • Changeyourvoice

  • Use body languageandeyecontact

  • Makepauses, askquestions

  • Use pictures as visualclues

  • Makepupilspredictthe story


After reading
Afterreading

  • Makeclassbooks

  • Dramatisethebook

  • Let childrenborrowthebookandtakeithome

  • Makebookboxes

  • Make a book poster

  • Look for a similar story in L1

  • Personalisethe story


What are the benefits
What are thebenefits?

  • Pupilscanenjoy materials that they may not be able to read on their own

  • Pupilscanexperiencesuccess in reading a realbook in English

  • Pupilscanexperiencethestrategiesanexperiencedreaderuses

  • Pupils are exposed to authenticlanguage

  • Pupilsappreciatebooksandreading


Resources
Resources:

  • Ghosan,I. 1998.Four GoodReasons to Use Literature in thePrimarySchool

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfGjgOc-rJw

  • Holdaway, Don. 1980.Independence in reading: A handbook on individualized procedures.Gosford, Australia: Ashton Scholastic

  • Brewster, Ellis. Tell ItAgain (doplnit)


Conclusion
Conclusion

„The greatest gift is a passion for reading.”

Elizabeth Hardwick