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How to Improve Your Reading Skills How to Improve Your Reading Skills back The University of Alabama Center for Academic Success 124 Osband 348-5175 Eighty-five percent of college work requires reading. How good are your reading skills? Here are seven steps to help you improve your reading skills: 1. The Big List of Children's Book Writers Doing Virtual Author Activities With kids at home and parents looking for educational activities, many of our favorite authors are offering online read-alouds and activities on social media. We’ve rounded up over 50 of the best virtual author activities below! Read-Alouds for Elementary School Kids These authors are offering read-alouds of their books and books by their favorite authors. Roda Ahmed

Let it flow! How to develop students' imagination? Silent movies. Today is the last day of our Christmas film marathon. In just a few days I showed you 5 films that could be used as a warm up, filler or closer during the lesson. Some of them carried deeper emotions and could be developed into a whole lesson plan. No matter which option you have chosen, it was supposed to encourage you to use different films together with various video watching techniques. They, of course, can be developed, modified and changed depending on the age and level of the group. But what about today?

Reading Skills Pyramid - Put Reading First Intro The Research Building Blocks for Teaching Children to Read Kindergarten Through Grade 3 The Research Building Blocks for Teaching Children to Read This publication was developed by the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement (CIERA) and was funded by the National Institute for Literacy (NIFL) through the Educational Research and Development Centers Program, PR/Award Number R305R70004, as administered by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S.

Think Alouds Classroom Strategies Background Think Alouds help students learn to monitor their thinking as they read an assigned passage. Students are directed by a series of questions which they think about and answer aloud while reading. Audi Holiday Campaign - one film, two techniques Finally, something for car lovers and groups consisting of boys mostly. I happen to have a few of them so I found it tempting to use this video during my Christmas lesson. This time we are not going to talk about 'ohs and ahs' of X-mas time. Quite on the contrary, we are going to talk about the things we dislike. Effective Reading When studying, especially at higher levels, a great deal of time is spent reading. Academic reading should not be seen as a passive activity, but an active process that leads to the development of learning. Reading for learning requires a conscious effort to make links, understand opinions, research and apply what you learn to your studies. This page covers the following areas: how reading develops, the goals of reading, approaching reading with the right attitude and developing a reading strategy.

100 Best Read-Aloud Books - Scholastic Written by Doreen Rappaport | Illustrated by | Photographs by | 3-5, 3-5 | 6-9, 6-9 | Biography, United States, Multiculturalism, In this biography, the information is easily digestible—it’s done in picture-book style. The author uses a unique narrative technique, using some of his most famous quotes, to tell the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I was lucky enough to meet Doreen Rappaport,” says Brower-Cohen.

Christmas ELT activities for your classroom The festive season is officially upon us! To help you celebrate, we thought we’d share some Christmas ELT activities to get you and your class in the spirit of Christmas. Our teacher trainer Stacey Hughes from the Professional Development team here in Oxford has prepared some multi-level Christmas ELT activities for you to use in your classroom. What are literacy skills? Literacy skills help students gain knowledge through reading as well as using media and technology. These skills also help students create knowledge through writing as well as developing media and technology. Information Literacy Students need to be able to work effectively with information, using it at all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy (remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating). Information literacy involves traditional skills such as reading, researching, and writing; but new ways to read and write have also introduced new skills:

50 Favorite Read Aloud Picture and Chapter Books - Edventures with Kids Today is a double celebration at our house -- first, it's my daughter's birthday so we're doing all the things she loves :) and second, it's World Read Aloud Day! Minimal resources: Teaching vocabulary By Adrian Tennant Adrian Tennant gives us some useful tips and ideas for teaching vocabulary with minimal resources. Back to the board Level: All Aim: This is a great revision activity. Procedure: Learning A-Z Level Correlation Chart This correlation chart illustrates how Learning A-Z levels approximately correlate to other leveling systems commonly found in leveled reading materials. The Learning A-Z Text Leveling System uses objective (quantitative) and subjective (qualitative) leveling criteria to measure text complexity. Teachers should use their professional judgment of additional qualitative criteria along with reader and task considerations to determine if an individual book at a given level is appropriate for a student.

An ESL Reading lesson plan template I Had No Idea, too I’m always surprised when I get reader questions or talk to people preparing for their upcoming ESL job interviews that they don’t know how to make a basic lesson plan. But, it’s not so crazy I guess and I actually had no system of any sort until I took the CELTA course a few years back.

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