TTT 535 - Assignment 3.1 Types of reading assignments .docx

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Prisca Sakeuh - TTT 535 Assignment 3.1 Types of reading assignments Consider each of the types of reading assignments: Independent silent reading, teacher read- alouds, reading in groups, and round-robin oral reading. List the benefits and deficits of each type of assignments in regard to student learning. This can be set up in a chart form listing the "pros" and "cons" of each type of activity. PROS CONS INDEPENDENT SILENT READING - Enhances Reading Enjoyment. Readers choose their own materials for sustained silent reading - Increases Comprehension. - Builds Vocabulary. - Improves Writing Skills. - There is not enough class time for ISR - Free choice reading in ISR - - Does not maximize reading development - ISR is Not Teaching - ISR Does Not Hold Students Accountable for Reading - ISR Provides No Opportunity for Reader Response - ISR Turns Recreational Reading into a School Thing - ISR Gives Up on Students, Peers, and Parents TEACHER READ- ALOUDS - Reading aloud enhances classroom instruction and improves academic achievement
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  • Fall '18
  • Dyslexia, ISR

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