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To Read or Not to Read Why is Reading Important?. Tiera Kitt, Anna LaPrad, Courtney Wright, Jenny Lee Turner, Brandi Medlin. Within the Discipline. Crucial for progression Understanding Following Directions Social Skills. In the beginning…. In Early Childhood: Teacher reads to students

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    1. To Read or Not to ReadWhy is Reading Important? Tiera Kitt, Anna LaPrad, Courtney Wright, Jenny Lee Turner, Brandi Medlin

    2. Within the Discipline • Crucial for progression • Understanding • Following Directions • Social Skills

    3. In the beginning… • In Early Childhood: • Teacher reads to students • Social Skills • One-on-One activities

    4. Just starting out…. • In Elementary School: • Learning to Read • Increases Understanding • Testing • Social Skills

    5. Middle School • Reading Comprehension • Learning the steps • Testing • Social Skills

    6. The High School Experience • Standardized Testing • Beyond High School • Social Skills

    7. College • Pre-College • Taking the right tests • Graduation • Filling out Applications • When you get there • Understanding • Vocabulary • Take notes • Tests • Social Skills

    8. In the “Real World” • Proper Functioning • Maintaining Intelligence • Vocabulary • Social

    9. Putting it all together • Expands Vocabulary • Increases Social Skills • Learning how to Interact with other People

    10. Questions For Thought • How has reading benefited you? • What do you think your social life would be like if you didn’t know how to read? • What kind of job do you think you would have if you didn’t know how to read?

    11. References "20 Social Skills Lessons for Middle and High Schools." ESR: Creating schools where young people want to be and teachers want to teach. 2003. Educators for Social Responsibility. 30 March 2006 http://www.esrnational.org/ms/prevent/msskills.htm>. "AAC Study Tips." 2006. Ohio University. 30 March 2006 <http://studytips.aac.ohiou.edu/>. Wagner, Richard K., and Joseph K. Torgesen. "The nature of phonological processing and its causal role in the acquisition of reading skills.." APA Journals March 1987. 30 March 2006 <file:///e:/2nd%20Semester/PsycARTICLES%20- %20Psychological%20Bulletin%20- %20Vol%20101%20Iss%202%20Page%20192.htm>.