Targeting Struggling Readers (PHONEMIC AWARENESS (Use Poetry and Songs.,…
Targeting Struggling Readers
Letters represent sounds.
Should be taught explicitly and systematically.
Activites should be fast-paced and fun.
Teach trough activities, such as sorting sounds and letter Bingo.
Use Poetry and Songs.
The ability to identify and manipulate phonemes in spoken language.
Use activities with rhyming, beginning sounds, and word families.
Phonological awareness and phonics are intimately
intertwined, but they are not the same
Reading like your talking.
Accuracy and Word Decoding.
Reader's Theater and Partner Reading.
Using intonation and expression.
The construction of meaning.
Support through scaffolding, explicit
instruction, and modeling.
Having the ability
to understand vocabulary, decode, have fluency and prior knowledge.
Repetitive reading of a Read Aloud
Use Word Wall and include vocabulary word and a picture of the word.
Vocabulary words must meet reading levels to build understanding.