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NOTRE DAME-SIENA COLLEGE OF POLOMOLOKPolomolok, South CotabatoSERVICE EDUCATION DEPARTMENTCOMPLETION IN DEVELOPMENTAL READING IISubmitted In Partial Fulfillment forthe Requirements in ED 13Developmental Reading IIByMideda, Yvonne S.Mondero, Julie Ann V.Rodel, Felie Irene Grace C.May 20, 2013
COURSE OUTLINEDEVELOPMENTAL READING III.Theories: Reading and Writing in Early YearsA. Theories of Learning and Early Literacy Learning TheoriesB. Early Literacy BehaviorC. Emergent Reading and Emergent WriterD. Promoting Early LiteracyII.Approaches to Teaching Reading: A Philippine PerspectiveA. The Four-Pronged ApproachB. Developing a Genuine Love for Reading (GLR)C. Developing Critical and Creative Thinking Skills (CT)D. Post-Reading ActivitiesE. Grammar and Oral Language Development (GOLD)F. Transfer StageIII.Developing Reading II Practicum and Apprenticeship
Chapter 1SummaryThe Theories and Learning and Early LiteracyEmergent literacy refers to competencies and literacy skills ofearly childhoods. These emergent have a lot of person who becomeproponent in developing these literacy. Just like Maria Clay that is thefirst who used emergent literacy and says literacy develop at beginsearly in life and is ongoing. Followed by Teale (1987), and Sulzby thatgive emphasize to the emergent literacy. There were also the differenttheories who give idea in emergent literacy just like Jean-JacquesRousseous that give emphasize on the learning through curiosity. MariaMontessori on her auto-education. John Dewey on his child centered,Jean Piaget on his children at certain stages are capable of only certaintype of intellectual endeavors. Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel on hisemphasis on the fullest benefits planning to learn. Johann HeinrichPestallozi on his natural learning with informal instruction, naturalpotential of child develop through senses and Lev SemyonorichVygotsky on his mental function are acquired through socialrelationship. Constructivist model skills are taught at the point whenthey are likely to be useful to kids as part of an authentic literacy task.There are also person behind these constructivist model just likeChristie (1990), Vygotsky (1978), who stressed that knowledge is reallyconstructed by interacting with others in the variety of experience,
Dewey that undergirds constructivist education and Au ( 1993). Inthese lesson talks also about the views on reading and those personbehind it just like Silbistein (1987), Goodman (1967 & Smith, 1973) andMorrow (1989). There are also theories on reading acquisition thatDurkin addressed this issue when she discuss the various theories oflanguage acquisition in her book Language Issues, Reading forTeachers and Cummins says that regardless of the model adopted,reading theorists agree that extensive reading is essential of the modeladopted, reading theories agree that extensive reading is essential forthe development of reading comprehension. And the early writingacquisition that Gundeach et al., (1985) described as they noted thatchildren’s early literacy experience are embedded in the familiarsituations and real life experiences of family and communitymembership and many more.