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Reading Strategies for Effective Language Learning
Visit LingQ: https://bit.ly/2OsOYAQ My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve I've always been a big advocate of reading, especially when it comes to learning a new language. In this video, I go through what motivates me to read in a new language and also various reading strategies I've taken up.
Introducing Metacognitive Learning Strategies
An overview introducing the idea of meta-cognitive strategy use in ESL. For a little more information and links to relevant reading, go to: http://ingweron.edublogs.org/2016/10/23/an-introduction-to-metacognition-in-second-language-learning/
Views: 21935 mike heath
Teaching Reading and Comprehension to English Learners, Grades K-5
In this course, Dr. Margarita Calderon outlines techniques for elementary teachers seeking to improve the reading and comprehension skills of English learners in their classrooms. With straightforwardness, patience, and humor, Dr. Calderon leads workshop participants through the steps needed to select vocabulary for reading, pre-teach this vocabulary, and model comprehension strategies like think-aloud and partner reading. Writing and editing strategies complete the picture. Learn more about this course and how you can take it: http://educatored.com/courses/teaching_reading_and_comprehension.html
Views: 35768 PCG
IELTS – 3 Reading Strategies
Is the IELTS Reading section very challenging for you? Can't finish all the readings and questions before the time is up? In this lesson, you will learn three approaches to the IELTS Reading section and their pros and cons. The goal of this lesson is to help you finish the test on time without compromising your understanding of the readings. Learn how to read less while answering more questions correctly. After watching, make sure to do the quiz to test your understanding. Good luck on your test! https://www.engvid.com/ielts-3-reading-strategies/ https://www.GoodLuckIELTS.com/ https://www.writetotop.com/ WATCH NEXT IELTS Writing: The 3 Essay Types https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ-Vyqxn1To TRANSCRIPT Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. Today's lesson is about IELTS. As usual, with IELTS lessons, I will be speaking a little bit faster than normal. It's good for your listening practice. But if you're not taking the IELTS, you can still listen and try to follow us as we go through this section. So, let's begin. Today, I'm going to look at the IELTS reading section. I'm going to look at three different approaches to tackling the IELTS reading section. Students always ask me: "What should I do with the reading? How do I do it? How can I finish on time? How can I answer more questions?" Right? So I'm going to give you three approaches, three different ways to try to do the IELTS. Okay? We're going to look at three different ways. They're completely different from each other. The most important thing I want to tell you before we start: you have to know what works for you. Okay? One of these approaches will work for you; the others may not. Practice all three. If you're comfortable with one and it seems to work for you, and your score seems to be getting better, stick with that one and practice that one. Don't try to do all three each time. Figure out which one works, and just practice that one the most. Okay? The most obvious one and the first one we're going to talk about: read the entire passage, and then tackle the questions. Now, a few things to say, good and bad, about this approach. So, you have 20 minutes, let's say, that you're going to start from the first passage, you're going to do about 17 minutes; the second passage, you're going to spend 20 minutes; the last passage, you're going to spend 23, 24, 25 minutes. So, you have to do this very fast. So: can you read the entire passage and do the questions in that timeframe? Okay? That's the question you must ask yourself. Are you a fast reader? Can you comprehend everything you're reading? How is your vocabulary? Things like this. Some people, they must read everything, from beginning to end, and then go to the questions. But they can also keep; they can retain the information they've read, so when they go to the questions, they know where to go back and look for the answers. Now, the good part about this is that you have all the information in your head once you've read the entire passage. The bad part is that you're going to be reading the passage twice. Okay? Or not the whole passage, but you're going to read big chunks of the passage twice. You'll have read it the first time, you'll go to the questions, and then you'll be reading again to find the answers, because you're looking for specific words now. When you get to the questions, sometimes it's only one word difference from what you read in the passage. So, do I recommend this? Yes and no. If you're a fast reader and you can comprehend, then yes, do that. If you're not a fast reader, then no, don't do this. You'll be wasting too much time and reading more than you need to. What I'm going to do with these two approaches is show you how to read less. So you don't need to read the entire passage; you just need to read the areas that contain the answers to the questions. So, the second approach: go straight to the questions. You look at the question. First of all, understand the type of the question. Is it a multiple choice? Is it a fill-in-the-blank, like a summary? Are you looking for like headings for each paragraph? Are you looking for the title? Etc. Figure out what you're looking for, read the question carefully, pick out the keywords in the question or the key idea in the question, and then scan the passage. Don't read the passage. Just quickly look everywhere for where that information ought to be.
Tutoring Tips: Reading Comprehension Strategies
Learn different ways to engage students while reading to increase reading comprehension! The mission of School on Wheels is to provide one-on-one tutoring and educational advocacy for school-aged children impacted by homelessness. http://www.indyschoolonwheels.org
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The Power of Reading in Language Learning
Visit LingQ: https://goo.gl/qduzjb My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Make sure your language learning strategy involves lot of reading. It's a very powerful way to improve. Remember you can win a 30-minute coaching session with me. All you need to do to enter is complete the following sentence in the comments section: “If I won a 30-minute coaching session with Steve, I would ask for his advice on __________” Good luck!
Strategy for Teaching Students with Processing Disorders How to Read
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Enid Martinez - Teaching English Language Learners
Enid is a literacy consultant working with educators across the nation and the world to strengthen reading and writing instruction. Enid was a Senior Staff Developer for more than 10 years at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project where she led much of the primary work in Word Study and Shared Reading as well as the ELL work. Enid co-led the RWP’s work with the national reading initiative, Palabras Mágicas, with Emily supporting teachers in Ministry schools across Guadalajara, Mexico, as well as led the initial research trip. Leading workshops, providing on-site professional development and teaching at institutes across the country in both English and Spanish are just a part of what Enid brings to the educational community. Her annual Advanced sections at TCRWP institutes have predominantly focused on shared reading, word study, interactive writing, guided reading, and small group work, and served as a powerful learning space for many of her colleagues within the Project. Building on the work and thinking she shares alongside Donald Bear and his Words Their Way community, including Lori Helman and her ELL work, Enid has led numerous Specialty groups on working with ELLs and incorporating word study in classrooms. For several years, she co-led a K-5 Specialty course with Emily supporting language learners in schools using balanced literacy components. Enid is a sought-after presenter and regularly fields requests from a wide range of audiences. She presented at the Billy Askew conference at Texas Women’s University outside of Dallas, TX. She was a part of multiple sessions at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) conferences. In Barbados, she led sessions at the Caribbean Literacy and Numeracy conference (2008) for educators and administrators from across the region. The Fall of 2010 had Enid in Dubai, UAE, leading a week-long writing institute for international schools sponsored by Chapters International. Enid also presented at a reading institute in Valencia, Spain at the American School of Valencia with Ginny Lockwood (2013). Prior to her work at the Teachers College Reading and Project she was a Literacy Coordinator for Literacy Collaborative training at Lesley University in Boston, with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell. Enid’s heart grew to the literacy work and the focus on ELLs during the more than ten years she was a bilingual and mainstream classroom teacher in New York State.
Have a Language Immersion Strategy
Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow "Steve's Cafe" Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann Transcript: Hi there. Steve Kaufmann here again and today I’m going to talk about language immersion. If you enjoy these videos on language learning, please subscribe. Also, I remind those of you who are not native speakers, this video, the audio and the transcript can be studied at LingQ. I’m going to leave a link in description box so you can study this to improve your English. I think we all know that language immersion is an ideal way to improve in a language. What do we mean by language immersion? Obviously, it means being immersed in the language. In other words, hearing the language, reading the language, speaking the language, being covered head to foot, so to speak. If we think of the analogy with swimming or being immersed in water, language immersion is being immersed in the language. Normally, this can be the situation if you live where the language is spoken. If you live surrounded by the language, you’re immersed in the language. Being where the language is spoken is no guarantee. In other words, you may in fact be immersed in the language and potentially in a language immersion situation, but don’t take advantage of it. We have many examples here in Canada of immigrants who live here for many years and don’t improve in English because they don’t take advantage of that environment, so it’s no guarantee. Part of the reason why they don’t is because, let’s face it, it’s not that easy. You do have to have a strategy. You do have to prepare yourself. You can’t just go there and expect somehow by magic that you’re going to pick up the language. When I went to Japan I didn’t go to school, but I learned Japanese. I spent a lot of time listening, reading and building up my vocabulary so I could understand what people were saying so I could interact with them. So you still have to have a strategy, even if you are immersed in the language. If you are not where the language is spoken, then I think you could have kind of a related strategy, which is what I do. Right now I’m working on Polish and I would like, one day, to go to Poland. I hope I do go, I don’t know when I will go, but I have that as a goal -- to eventually put myself in a situation where I will be immersed and experiencing language immersion. So I spend a lot of time reading on the internet, at LingQ I use our Chrome extension to quickly import articles from Polish newspapers, while maintaining my Ukrainian and Russian. So I listen and once a week or so I may speak. In other words, I’m preparing myself with the thought that one day I will be in that language-immersion environment and I’ll be ready to hit the ground running. So you do need to have a strategy, whether you’re in the immersion environment or whether you’re trying to create an artificial immersion environment and, of course, that’s much easier to do today than it ever was in the past. Also, when I think of language immersion I think of French immersion. Here in Canada, Anglophone students do all of their schooling for the first seven, eight, nine years in French and by Grade 10 and 11 it tapers off a bit, but at least half their subjects are in French, even in those final years. Apparently, because I have three grandchildren who went through the program, the first six-seven years or so the kids do speak to each other in French and then they are less and less inclined to do so, so the immersion experience becomes less of a full language-immersion experience. Also, they read in class, but they don’t have any handy tools to make that reading easier for them and it is hard to read on science, history, math, whatever it might be, in another language. I think that LingQ would be very useful in this immersion environment because it adds another dimension. So they’re not just reading, they can listen to the text, they can save words and phrases. Also, I think the audio helps give you some momentum. Especially when I was younger, reading in French as a 17-year-old was more difficult. But if you have the audio, if you can easily look up new words and see the words you previously looked up and so forth, it just gives you more momentum and makes it a more complete language-immersion experience, in my view. Anyway, those are my views on language immersion and I look forward to your thoughts. Bye for now.
How to read if you want to improve your foreign languages
http://www.thepolyglotdream.com/reading/ I talk about the importance of reading and how to read a book to improve a foreign language
Views: 79712 Luca Lampariello
Language learning - The Most Effective Method Of All
There is lots of research and discussion on the most effective way to learn languages. The answer is, whatever you enjoy doing with the language. Transcript: Hi there, Steve Kaufmann here. First of all, I want to say that I did a webcam interview with Luca, the wonderful Italian polyglot. We are going to put it up here at my YouTube channel, but I’m waiting until I’m away because while I’m away I can’t do any videos. I’m going to be in Australia and New Zealand and so Alex is going to put up some pictures. I think Luca and I went at it for about 40 minutes or so, so it’s going to be at least four sessions. So that’s when you’ll be seeing those interviews that I did with Luca, just so there’s not a blank for a whole month. I want to talk today, in the subject of language learning, about something that’s kind of been running around in my mind. I come up with all these things that are the key to language learning and I may have used this before, I don’t know, but it suddenly dawned on me that the most important thing is, is it fun. Do you enjoy doing it? I mentioned this in my 7 Secrets to Language Learning, I think the first one was spend the time and the second was to do things that you enjoy doing. Study the full transcript on LingQ: https://goo.gl/pRgnrD Timelines: 0:04 web-cam interview with Luca Lampariello. 0:42 The most important thing is fun. 1:22 The gold-list method by David James review. 4:05 My experience with the gold-list method. 4:49 It works if you enjoy it. 5:42 Time is the most important criteria. 6:09 Does the gold list method work for me? 7:00 Is listening worth spending time? 7:56 You have to find what you actually like doing. 8:19 My way of doing flashcards. 9:10 Creating Lists VS Reading & Listening. 10:46 Passive vocabulary will activate when it’s necessary. 12:46 Finding the content you enjoy is crucial. Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow "Steve's Cafe" Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann
Using Top-down Reading Strategies in Your Lesson
This video will focus on using top-down reading strategies in your lesson. When planning your lesson, make sure that you are helping and guiding your students through the process by using the top-down strategies.
Views: 11853 Guy Stieglitz
Reading Comprehension Strategies : Theories About Learning to Read
There are many theories about learning to read, including phonics, the whole language approach and an eclectic combination of the two methods. Learn about the controversies involved with different reading theories with help from an English specialist and president of a theater group in this free video on reading. Expert: John Conlon Bio: John Conlon enjoyed 29 years as the performing arts professor at UMass Boston. He has a PhD in English and has been in theatre all his life. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Reading for Language Learning / Reading for English / How to Learn a Second Language
How to learn a second language? Becoming fluent in English (or any second language) is not easy. In this talk I (Joshua Wedlock / 조쉬 웨드락) interview Justin, a guy who became fluent in Korean in just three years. In this discussion we talk about the importance of reading for learning a second language. Second language learning theories, second language development, second language acquisition, I hope you enjoy it. Please check out http://www.joshesl.com/josh-blog-efl-in-south-korea for more information on how to learn a second language. Or http://www.joshesl.com/the-benefits-of-reading-for-second-language-learning.html for more on reading and language learning. 독서는 언어 학습에 매우 중요합니다. 영어 학습 독서의 중요성. / 다른 언어를 배우십시오. / 영어를 어떻게 배우나요?
Views: 3341 JoshEsl.com
READING COMPREHENSION in Exams, Tests - Strategies, Tips and Tricks - Building Reading Skills
In this lesson, you will learn strategies for READING COMPREHENSION exercises in exams and tests. Also see - MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH & HOW TO AVOID THEM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Dax90QyXgI&list=PLmwr9polMHwsR35rD9spEhjFUFa7QblF9 ★★★ Also check out ★★★ ➜ PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWr1HXqRKC0&index=1&list=PLmwr9polMHwsRNZW607CtVZhg_SzsbiJw ➜ ALL TENSES Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmwr9polMHwsRNZW607CtVZhg_SzsbiJw ➜ PARTS OF SPEECH Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 ➜ ALL GRAMMAR LESSONS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmwr9polMHwsR35rD9spEhjFUFa7QblF9 ➜ VERBS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LciKb0uuFEc&index=2&list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 ➜ NOUNS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sBYpxaDOPo&index=3&list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 ➜ PRONOUNS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCrAJB4VohA&index=4&list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 ➜ ADJECTIVES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnmeV6RYcf0&index=5&list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 ➜ ADVERBS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKL26Gji4UY&index=6&list=PLmwr9polMHwsQmAjoAxtFvwk_PaqQeS68 Transcript: Hello and welcome back. This lesson comes from a request by Aditya from Maharashtra, India. Aditya says he is preparing for a competitive exam and he has to do reading comprehension exercises as part of the exam, and he wants to know the best way to do these. Before we start, if you want to request a lesson, just leave a comment. In your comment, tell me your name, and I will mention you in the video. OK, in this lesson I will give you some important tips and strategies for reading comprehension exercises. I will give you a reading plan that you can follow, and there are exercises in this lesson for you to practice. Alright, now my teaching experience is mostly with exams like the IELTS and TOEFL, but the tips that I give you in this lesson will help you in any exam situation. So the first thing is: when it comes to reading in an exam, budget your time. That means: you should know how many reading passages there are in the exam, how many exercises there are and how much time you have. In the IELTS exam, for example, there are three reading passages and you have one hour to do all of them. So then divide your time amongst those passages – for IELTS, you might spend roughly 20 minutes per passage. In some exams, one passage might be shorter or easier, and another passage might be longer or more difficult. In that case, obviously, you should plan to spend less time on the short passage, and more time on the long passage. And you should time yourself – if you are allowed to wear a watch in your exam, look at your watch and keep track of the time. If you plan for 20 minutes per passage, stick to that plan. Now, if you’re not allowed to wear a watch, then use the clock in the room or hall, or ask the invigilators how much time you have left. Alright, that’s the first thing: budgeting your time. So now the exam starts – and you have the first reading passage in front of you – what do you do? Well, I’ll tell you what you should NOT do – don’t start at the beginning and read slowly to the finish. Many students do this – and the problem is that when you get to the end, you will have forgotten a lot of the details in the middle, and when you read the questions, you have to go back and read the passage again to find the answers. Instead, here’s the plan that you should follow: your first step in reading should be to skim the passage. What does that mean? Well, skimming is actually something that we do with milk. It’s when you heat or boil milk, and the fat rises to the top in the form of cream. Removing that layer of fat is called skimming. When it comes to reading, skimming means to read the surface of the text quickly to understand the overall message. So if there’s a heading or title to the passage, and if there are subheadings, read all of these first. They will tell you the subject of the text. Then read the first sentence of each paragraph – they will give you a good idea of the overall message. Let’s practice this. You see two paragraphs on the screen, but only the first sentence in each paragraph is visible. Stop the video, read the sentences and try to understand the main topic in each paragraph. Alright, so what do you think the topic of the whole passage might be? It could be the negative effects of social media on children. What about the first paragraph? What is it about? Well it says that using social media can affect a child’s writing skills. And the second paragraph? It says that some people don’t agree with this – that is, the first paragraph – for two reasons: scientific reasons and practical reasons (pragmatic).
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Metacognitive Reading Strategies.
Reading strategies play a pivotal role in developing reading comprehension, thus it is necessary for English language teachers and learners (ELTs & ELLs) to use effective reading strategies. Keeping it into consideration, this video's objective is to teach reading comprehension through metacognitive reading strategies - pre, while and post.
Views: 3035 Eduistics
Extensive Reading - What and How to Read
http://www.thepolyglotdream.com/intensive-vs-extensive-reading/ Luca talks about what the other reading style: Extensive reading
Views: 23683 Luca Lampariello
Teaching English Language Learners to Read
Diane August, Margarita Calderón, and Fred Genesee discuss best practices for teaching English language learners.
Views: 11652 Reading Rockets
Best Practices: High School Reading Strategies
This video demonstrates methods to use with high school students that will increase their reading skills.
Strategies for Teaching Reading 1: Teaching Reading to Young Learners
These ELT Teacher Training Videos from Oxford University Press India aim to address significant and common issues in day-to-day classroom teacher-student interaction. About the video: This video enumerates the strategy of silent reading instead of reading aloud, a common practice in classrooms. He elaborates on the need for pre-reading tasks and recommends an appropriate procedure for reading. About the Author: Dr Ray Mackay is an ELT expert and teacher trainer with more than 30 years experience. He has taught at various schools and colleges in Europe, Africa and South Asia. He has been associated with primary teacher-training and textbook projects in eastern India since 2003 and has also been awarded the MBE for his services to English teaching in India.
Views: 231363 OUPIndia
Story setup: Pre-reading strategies for comprehension
Learn about pre-reading strategies that will lay the groundwork before ELLs tackle a new text -- in this case, A Christmas Carol.
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Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies in Language Learning: Mass Input Approach
In this video I discuss the idea that language learners need to use cognitive and metacognitive strategies. I discuss this in relation to a mass input approach (or what Mike Campbell calls the "Mass Sentence Method") by considering what sorts of reading strategies can be used to learn vocabulary and grammar by exploring the text for patterns: word families, collocations, repeated structures, and any other perceptible patterns. I relate this to the idea of 'metacognitive' skills which learners also need to have.
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Language Learning Strategies: Classroom Activity
A second language teacher introduces reading strategies to her students.
Views: 1672 BestofBilash
Reading Help For Children - Teaching Reading Strategies For a Child With Learning Disabilities
Official Website - http://www.ChildrenLearnToRead.com - Provides tips and techniques parents and teachers can use to teach children how to read. How to Teach Children to Read. Reading is one of the most valuable activities you can do with your child. Best reading program shows you how to easily and effectively teach your children to read. the best way to teach a child to read is to read to them a lot. find books that they enjoy something they are particularly interested in, fiction or non-fiction and read to them whenever the chance comes up, certainly at least good.More important than learning to read is developing a love for books and reading. Kids will learn to love books long before they recognize their first word. Kids are all over the board in reading readiness, so there's no one right answer on. Three Parts: Starting Early Teaching the Basics Increasing Difficulty. Teaching a child to read is a fulfilling and educational process, both for the parent and child. Make sure your kids are improving their reading comprehension skills and strategies both in the classroom and at home. Activities and resources to help teach your child to read: Reading aloud, comprehension, letter recognition, decoding and sight words. There are multiple ways to teach and learn reading. Some methods work better than others, and some readers learn better from one method than they do from. Do you want to learn a better way to teach children how to read? Sounds Write is a highly successful approach to the teaching of reading, spelling and writing.
Views: 13657 Valerie Podrska
Reading Strategies
This is an overview of previewing, skimming and scanning. It is mainly for English language learners, but these reading strategies are useful for anyone.
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How to improve your English by reading
How can reading improve your English? What reading strategies can you use to improve your vocabulary, pronunciation, fluency, and enunciation? In this instructional and motivational video, I tell you how picking up a book can not only help you to improve your vocabulary but your speaking confidence and presentation skills as well. Watch the lesson, and let me know some of your favourite books in the comments section! https://www.engvid.com/how-to-improve-your-english-by-reading/ TRANSCRIPT Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on "How to Improve Your English By Reading". So, it might be very obvious how reading can help you improve, you know, your speaking in English, particularly your vocabulary, but there are a number of reasons and a number of things that reading regularly and reading in specific ways can actually help you to improve your English, and also not only like your reading English, but your ability to speak properly or to speak confidently. And again, this applies not only to English as a second language learners, but also to English speakers, period. So pick up a book, and here's how picking up a book can help you to improve your English. So, number one: You can improve your English by picking up any book, reading out loud, and exaggerating what you're reading. You might think: "This sounds ridiculous", but if you are a second language learner, this is a fantastic way to improve your enunciation, your pronunciation, and presentation skills. Even if you're not a second language learner... English as a second language learner. So, for example, it doesn't matter what type of genre you like, what type of books you like. Me, personally, I love science-fiction, I love fantasy. And I can turn to, you know, pages in any of these books and read out loud, exaggerate what I'm saying, and just the act of doing this, of speaking out loud what I'm reading makes me feel, again, more confident speaking in front of an audience, for example. So I'll just open to a random page here and... Okay, so in this book, just so you know, there's a horse, his name is Artaq. And it says: "Artaq did not hesitate. He veered toward the Silver River. The wolves came after, soundless, fluid, black terror. Will was sure that this time they would not escape. Allanon was no longer there to help them. They were all alone." Now, what you notice is I'm... I'm trying to exaggerate: "They were all alone." Even like my l's. And focus on every letter when you're reading, because this type of reading, reading out loud, exaggerating, if you are a professional, this is a great way to build that clarity in your speech when you're speaking in front of people, and pacing yourself, how fast you speak as well is important, obviously, when you're giving a presentation. This second part... Again, this one can apply to both native speakers of English, but it's more specifically geared towards English as a second language speakers, and that is: Paying attention to word endings. And especially "ed" and "s" endings. So, specifically past tense words, like "wanted", okay? Or plural words, like "hawks" instead of one hawk, because a lot of, again, English as a second language learners sometimes forget the "ed" ending when they're reading. I've taught classes where, you know, students have to read out loud, and they're so focused on reading and getting the words correct, but the pronunciation, they just drop the ends of words sometimes, especially "ed", especially "s". So let me see if I can quickly find an example. Okay, here's one: "When he stayed on his feet..." When he... Oh, why am I pointing? You can't see that. You can't see that. So: "When he stayed on his feet" this is one part of the sentence. Again, you have the verb "stayed", so some new learners of English will sometimes read that as: "When he stay", "When he stay", and they just drop the end. So please, please, please focus on those "ed" and "s" endings, and this will really help your fluency, the ability of others to understand you, as well as your enunciation. "Stayed", okay? Number three: Pay attention to punctuation. Now, punctuation refers to the use of commas, periods, question marks, exclamation marks when you're reading. By paying attention to these things, you can actually focus on improving your intonation and your fluency; two specific things. So, the intonation refers to the up and down movement of your voice when you are saying something or reading something. So, for example, you know, raise... In the second part I said: "Raise intonation for yes or no questions." So if you notice when you're reading that, you know, this person is asking a yes or no question, then your voice should be moving up at the end. And, you know in speaking, this also improves that. So, for example, in this book there is... Okay, here's a yes or no question, the question is: "Did you find her?"
What Strategies Are Best for Teaching ESL Students to Read?
Learn more about teaching ESL on Reading Horizons ESL Blog: http://www.readinghorizons.com/international/blog/
Views: 37506 Reading Horizons
Games for Students to Help Build Comprehension : Teaching With Games
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehow Certain games are great for helping your students build upon their existing reading comprehension. Find out about games for students to help build comprehension with help from an experienced teacher in this free video clip. Expert: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster Bio: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster has successfully improved the reading and writing skills of fifth-through-eighth grade, inner-city youths for six years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Being a teacher doesn't have to be all "textbooks" and "written exams" - your curriculum can include games designed to help students learn while having fun, too. Get teaching tips and learn a few new tricks for the classroom with help from an experienced teacher in this free video series.
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Write a strategy of bridging students home language with standard (school) language.
Write a strategy of bridging students home language with standard (school) language.Using Foreign Language as a Bridge to Learning in the Classroom.Bridging language gaps.Bridging the cultural gap in the classroom | Manuel Hernandez Carmona | TEDxAmoskeagMillyard.Bridging Foreign Languages in Classroom.Top 10 Strategies for Teaching Middle School ESL Students.Strategies for Teaching Reading 1: Teaching Reading to Young Learners.Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners.HOW WE USE EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING ESL LEARNERS. #beforegyan
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Reading Strategies in Learning Languages Tips
http://localofflineconsultant.info/ Reading Strategies in Learning Languages Tips Do you think that you can't learn a new language? Think again. Our brains maintain the capacity to soak up new knowledge of all types far into our advanced years. No matter what your background or past learning experience, you CAN learn to speak another language using these six quick techniques. 1. Take a short course: A number of language courses are immediately available in most areas at a local community college or university. 2. Mimicking: "Mom, he's mocking me!" Have you ever heard this complaint when one sibling repeated everything the other said? One imitating word - for - word the speech, sounds even actions of the other? It's called mimicking and it's so effective you'll be using this technique to get talking in record time yourself. 3. Reading Aloud: One of the most effective language-learning tricks 4. Watch TV: If you have cable, is there a station broadcast in the language you're interested in? 5. Listen to Music: In Japan, English students karaoke the Beatles. In Latin America, students mimic Bruce Springsteen. In Africa, the Backstreet Boys rule the airwaves. Lip-syncing popular songs is all the rage for English language learners, so why don't you turn the tables and use it to your advantage. Check at music shops and bookstores for song CDs and tapes. Ask around for recommendations on where recordings in your target language might be available. 6. Read: Stop at the library for a grammar book and some reading material. The grammar book will be an infrequent guide through those rough spots when the target language grammar differs substantially from English.
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English Language Learning Tips - Reading Test
English language learning tips from Cambridge English Language Assessment. In this clip learn more about the reading test, content useful for all exams. This collection of videos provides advice and tips for people studying English at different levels. From Preliminary to Proficiency there are support resources for everyone covering a range of themes.
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IELTS Reading | SUPER METHODS #1 with Jay!
Learn the method you need to crack IELTS Reading for both General and Academic! Our expert teacher Jay from E2Language will guide you through the process. More on our website at: https://www.e2language.com/ Sign up for our free IELTS trial: http://bit.ly/2ntt8Q7 For your continued support please donate small change: http://www.paypal.me/e2language IELTS Webinars are now open to all users! Yes, it’s free to register and participate in this LIVE TRAINING with our IELTS teachers: IELTS General Writing Task 1 – Every Monday! http://bit.ly/2kLJpDB IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 – Every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/2ykS2dq IELTS Writing Task 2 (Academic & General) – Every Wednesday! http://bit.ly/2g6tvPc IELTS Reading (Academic & General) – Every Thursday! http://bit.ly/2gAaepV IELTS Super Methods! – Every Second Friday! http://bit.ly/2yid8aI The IELTS reading section (like all of the IELTS sections) requires a solid method, whether you are taking IELTS general or IELTS academic. Watch our E2 IELTS online webinar with Jay to find out what the magic formula is before taking your next IELTS test. Follow us on social media for helpful tips and updates for IELTS exam preparation and IELTS reading section: Blog: https://blog.e2language.com Forum: https://forum.e2language.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/e2language/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/e2language Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e2language/
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Reading Strategies for ELL Students
This video outlines the uses for Realia and how it helps promote ELL literacy in the L2.
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Sign Language ASL - Deaf Reading Strategies - Find words you know
Deaf readers see examples of what to do when they find words they know embedded in text and an ASL 5 Handshape showing Ranking Order. The Sign Language ASL - Deaf Reading Strategies video is helpful for Deaf and Hard of Hearing readers who are learning to read sight words, multiple meaning words and phrases. [Specially designed captions, voiced, T: 1:13]. A teacher of the Deaf for five years presents Deaf Reading Strategies, a series that supports Deaf readers. In the series, readers see signed strategies incorporating use of Meaning, Structure and Visual cues (MSV) with specially designed English captions and a ASL 5 Handshape that shows Ranking Order. Enjoy "Deaf Reading Strategies - Find Words You Know!" Subscribe to the Reading And Sign Language channel or follow us on Twitter to see many more helpful sign language videos. https://twitter.com/ReadAndSignLang https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWGcUQwtTA8Mj-4I5Dxyczw Reading And Sign Language: Helping Deaf students understand print through sign language. Sharing strategies to students and parents to increase learning successes. [email protected]
Language Learning Strategies: Reflection ON Action
A second language teacher reflects on introducing reading strategies to her students.
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Classroom Reading Strategies for Common-Core Standards
Jamie Landahl, a kindergarten teacher at Ruby Duncan Elementary School in Las Vegas, describes how she uses "The Read-Aloud Project" with students. ____________________ Want more stories about schools across the nation, including the latest news and unique perspectives on education issues? Visit www.edweek.org. About Education Week: Education Week is America’s most trusted source of independent K-12 education news, analysis, and opinion. Our work serves to raise the level of understanding and discourse about education among school and district leaders, policymakers, researchers, teachers, and the public. Published by the nonprofit organization Editorial Projects in Education, Education Week has been providing award-winning coverage of the field for over 35 years. Follow Education Week: - Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educationweek - On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/edweek/ - On Twitter at https://twitter.com/educationweek/ - On LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/education-week To license video footage from Editorial Projects in Education please contact the Education Week Library at [email protected]
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Reciprocal Teaching Reading Strategies
This webinar is part of the "Shaping the Way We Teach English" webinar series brought to you by the American English Team. For more resources to teach and learn English, visit http://americanenglish.state.gov. “Reciprocal Teaching” (RT) strategies include both proper speaking and listening skills. The inclusion of public speaking opportunities with ELLs is often neglected. Providing public speaking experiences in an EFL classroom can be integral in promoting greater oral communication among the students. Along with supplying opportunities for verbal expression, the use of RT to encourage reading comprehension will be discussed. An effective method in strengthening reading comprehension is through the teaching of others. This meta-cognitive approach helps students to understand the reading content through explanation of this content to other students. These inclusive practices will be integrated in this webinar presentation along with practical applications.
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teaching reading strategies
a 40-minute lesson plan
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Literacy Strategies for English Language Learners
Teachers and students where filmed to showcase literacy strategies that can be used to promote more reading and writing strategies specifically with English language learners as part of the #lightupliteracy project in Los Fresnos CISD.
Views: 265 Light Up Literacy
How to teach reading with phonics - 1/12 - The Alphabet & Letter Sounds - Learn English Phonics!
http://www.englishanyone.com/power-learning/ Learn to express yourself confidently in fluent English and sound like a native speaker with our FREE Power Learning video course! The Sounds of English, a FREE, comprehensive series of 12 videos, teaches phonics and pronunciation to non-native and beginning native learners of English. Learn to spell, read and pronounce English like native speakers with these easy lessons. Great for self-study, or the whole family! Build confidence and get fluent faster! Lesson 1 - The Sounds of English Learn the alphabet, short vowel and consonants sounds, and begin developing great pronunciation. Welcome to The Sounds of English with EnglishAnyone.com! The three primary colors are red, yellow and blue. If you mix these colors, you can create a whole rainbow of new colors. The English alphabet has 26 letters. Mix them correctly and you will be able to spell, read and say the more than 40 different sounds of English. English can be confusing! We know! Why do some letters make different sounds? "On" becomes "one." "One" becomes "phone." And why do different letters make the same sounds? "Newt" and "suit" both share the same "oo" sound. Native speakers can also get confused. We misspell words all the time! But don't worry; If we learned English, anyone can! If you watch these simple, fun lessons, you will learn new words, improve your pronunciation, gain the confidence to speak, and start getting fluent! Because we want you to learn quickly, you won't see every English letter and sound combination in this video series. But, we'll show you some words that break the rules and you'll be learning more than enough to teach yourself English. Now, sit back, relax and start learning! Great pronunciation begins with mastering the alphabet! Letter sounds change, but letter names do not. So, let's learn the alphabet first. Here we go. Please repeat after me. (Repeat alphabet letters) Now, let's forget the names of the letters and learn some sounds. The sounds of English are like music. The vowel sounds are the melody of English. The vowels are A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. Vowels can make many sounds, but we will teach you the short vowel sounds first. Please repeat the short vowel sounds. (Repeat short vowel sounds) Very good! The other letters of the alphabet are the consonants. These sounds are like the beat in the music of English. ("tuh," "kuh," "sh," "ch") Consonants also make many sounds, but you will learn the short consonants sounds first. You'll hear two sounds for the letters C and G. The hard C sounds like this (kuh). The soft C sounds like this (sss). The hard G sounds like this (guh). The soft G sounds like this (juh). Usually, if the letters A, O or U follow the letters C or G, then C and G make their hard sounds. If the letters E or I follow the letters C and G, then C and G make their soft sounds. Please repeat the short consonant sounds. (Repeat short consonant sounds) Great job! Review this lesson any time! In lesson two, we'll start building words! تعلم اللغة الإنجليزية بالطريقة الصوتية 영어 포 닉스 내용 aprender la fonética Inglés học tiếng Anh phát âm aprender Inglês phonics "เรียนรู้การออกเสียงภาษาอังกฤษ" выучить английский язык акустика apprendre l'anglais phonétique 英語フォニックスを学ぶ Učí se angličtinu phonics 初級英語、中級英語、上級英語の無料レッスンビデオです!英会話、文法、発音、英単語、ネイティブのように、自信を持ってペラペラに英語を話そう! Videos gratis de aprendizaje de inglés para niveles principiantes, intermedios y avanzados. Aprenda conversación, gramática, pronunciación y vocabulario en inglés, practique su inglés con hablantes nativos y hable inglés con confianza y fluidez. Học tiếng anh miễn phí qua Video mọi trình độ,mới bắt đầu, trung cấp và nâng cao. Học đàm thoại bằng tiếng anh,ngữ pháp, phát âm, từ vựng,nói tiếng anh với người bản xứ, trở thành người tự tin trong giao tiếp tiếng anh. اکسر حاجز الخوف والخجل وتحدث اللغة الانجليزية . دروس تعليمية للغة الإنجليزية إبتدائية ومتوسطة ومتقدمة , تعلم اللغة الانجليزية , تعلم المحادثة والنطق الصحيح باللغة الانجليزيه , تعلم قواعد وكلمات اللغة الإنجليزية , مارس التحدث بالانجليزية مع المتحدثين بها , كن متحدثا طلقا ومفعما بالثقة . Vídeos grátis para aprender inglês nos níveis básico, intermediário e avançado. Aprenda conversasão, gramática, pronúncia e vocabulário, pratique com um nativo, alcance a confiança e fluência necessárias para falar inglês.
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5 Reading Strategies
What is the High 5 Reading Strategy? There are 5 separate strategies that together form the High 5 Reading Strategy. Research has shown that better comprehension occurs when students are engaged in activities that bridge their old knowledge with the new. 5 Effective Teaching Strategies for Reading - 5 of the most effective teaching strategies for reading that elementary teachers use with their primary learners. That year, the NRP identified five essential elements of effective reading instruction, commonly known as the “Five Pillars of Reading”: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension. ... We invite you to learn more about teaching reading strategies and the ... Daily 5 - The Daily Cafe - The Daily 5™ is a framework for structuring literacy time so students develop lifelong ... Students select from five authentic reading and writing choices, working ... It is what enables teachers to choose individualized goals, assign strategies, ... Seven Strategies to Teach Students Text Comprehension -Seven Strategies to Teach Students Text Comprehension. Comprehension strategies are conscious plans — sets of steps that good readers use to make sense of text. Comprehension strategy instruction helps students become purposeful, active readers who are in control of their own reading comprehension. Key Comprehension Strategies to Teach -This strategy requires readers to activate their background knowledge ... of a text's organization improves students' understanding of that text.5 ...5 reading comprehension teaching strategies that work with K-3 students-The early grades are a time when young children can and should be building reading comprehension skills. Most research focuses on reading ... reading strategies, content area teachers would not only add specific .... 5. Read the first and last lines of each paragraph for more information. 6. Ask questions. 5 Strategies for Fluency and Comprehension That Every Reader Can ...Discover fluency and comprehension strategies for the classroom that will give students an edge in reading. 25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area - This all makes reading strategies somewhat content area specific. Stopping ... 2. Activate Prior Knowledge. 3. Use Context Clues. 4. Infer. 7 CRITICAL READING STRATEGIES by Salisbury University -Previewing: Learning about a text before really reading it. ... 5. Outlining and summarizing: Identifying the main ideas and restating them in your own words. 5 Reading Comprehension Strategies for Your High Schooler - 5 Steps to Improve Your High Schooler’s Reading Comprehension. ... Strong reading comprehension is one of the most valuable skills a student can learn. ... Throughout the years, I’ve spoken to countless parents who are looking to help their children improve their reading comprehension ...Section 5: Reading Strategies - Section 5: Reading Strategies. This book is not a member benefit, but sample chapters have been selected for your perusal. To read further, purchase this book ...5 Reading Comprehension Strategies - Actively teaching reading comprehension strategies is a not an easy task. These five activities take students deeper into Bloom's Taxonomy as part of a ...Creating Avid Readers: 5 Reading Strategies for Parents & Teachers- Here are 5 simple reading strategies Mary Leonhard's suggests that parents (and teachers) use to transform their children into avid readers:. Reading Strategies -Reading Strategies. Effective ways to help your students make progress as active readers. Grade 5 / Reading Strategies - Reading Strategies. Metacognition Strategies. "Thinking about Thinking" ... When did the "little light bulb" go on in my head? What do I better after this reading? Introduce the topic of finding the main idea in a story by showing Reading Strategies. Common Core Teaching and Learning Strategies ELA Grades K-5 Strategies. English Language Arts. Reading Informational Text. Grades K-5 ... The following strategies have been compiled to connect the Common Core State ... The 5 Reading Strategies‎ Get The 5 Reading Strategies Info. Powerful insights • What does the web say? Teaching Reading Strategies‎ • 5 reading skills • 5 reading strategies elementary • high five reading strategies • 5 active reading strategies • what does an active critical reader do • daily 5 reading • reading strategies for elementary • what are reading strategies
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Teaching Reading Strategies for Children
►http://steprofit.com/childreading Download your copy of Reading Head Start above : Reading Head Start is named again and again by teachers and parents as one of the top, most effective, and most kid-loved reading programs out there. Why Use Reading Head Start? The Reading Head Start approach is one of the most well researched and highly successful reading strategies available for young kids. And it’s so crucial to get a head start on kids’ reading success at an early age. Not only does early reading success predict reading success at older ages… it predicts success across the board, in any subject. And it’s impossibly hard to catch up if reading is not mastered early. Did you know kids prepare for their reading education years before even reading their first book? That’s because 90% of a child’s brain is developed by age three. That means that by age three, a child’s vocabulary can predict third-grade reading proficiency. That’s why it’s so important to get started early using a system that works for kids! Download your copy of Reading Head Start here: ►http://steprofit.com/childreading 37% of children today enter Kindergarten without the skills necessary to begin their learning journey and that’s troubling. By the end of first grade, kids are expected to ask questions and remember story details. And if a child isn’t reading at grade level by that point, there’s an 88% likelihood that he will still be behind in reading by fourth grade. Did you know that one out of seven adults have such low literacy skills that they can’t read anything more complicated than a child’s picture book? Brenda S. said : I purchased Reading Head Start for my 3-year-old daughter last year and she still loves it. Now, after one year, she is reading between 2nd and 4th grade levels. Obviously, we have been reading together through that time, but Reading Head Start was the right choice to teach her to sound out words and learn basic sight words. And we all love the letter sounds song! 9 OUT OF 10 PARENTS AGREE THAT ENROLLING YOUR CHILD IN READING HEAD START IS A SMART DECISION! Get started today, download your copy of Reading Head Start here: ►http://steprofit.com/childreading Related terms: teaching reading strategies, teach your monster to read, how to read, reading for kids, learn to read apps, teacher monster to read, children reading, how to teach reading, how to teach reading in kindergarten, read and learn, teach me how to read, how to help kids read, how to help a child read, how to read for kids, reading teacher, teaching first grade reading, how to teach reading comprehension, methods of teaching reading, how to teach a 1st grader to read, how to teach a child to write, teaching reading kindergarten, reading to learn, learn to read better, learn to read websites, teach your child to read in 100 easy lessons worksheets, how to teach someone to read, how to teach children to read using phonics, learn to read online, teach your child to read in 100 easy lessons pdf, how to teach reading skills, best way to teach reading, learn to read english, how children learn to read, how to help your child read, teaching reading skills, teaching beginning reading, how to help a 6 year old read, how to introduce reading to preschoolers
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ESL Teaching Strategies: #1 TPR or Total Physical Response (VIPKID)
Hello Everyone! This is #1 out of 10 in my ESL Teaching Strategies on TPR or Total Physical Response! We cover What it is, why we use it and how to use it in your own teaching! I model examples of online teaching that hopefully help you in your adventures to helping students learn English! You are welcome to leave comments below and add to the content of this video! I appreciate you all and your positive energy! Happy Teaching!! Lighting: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/20301078/ Filmed on Canon Powershot G7X Edited with IMovie Links: Channel Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hufALpywOT8 VIPKID Application Link: http://teacher-recruitment.vipkid.com.cn/home.shtml?refereeId=1280184 If you have started the application process, you can email [email protected] stating that Nancy Taylor ([email protected]) referred you and give them this code: 00RFSO I really appreciate your support! VIPKID= http://t.vipkid.com.cn/ Boot Camp Hub= https://www.bootcamphub.com Music: "Life of Riley" Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music provided by RoyalFreeSound https://youtu.be/Y4BSKdTEnVI
Views: 72278 Nancy Taylor
1st Grade Reading Strategies Rubber Band Blending
1st grade reading lesson based off of Gail Boushey and Joan Moser CAFE reading strategies. Lesson focuses on reading accuracy through blending sounds using rubber band.
Views: 13265 Madeline Rose
Reading Strategies That Improve Comprehension
Participants will be involved in communicative reading activities including jigsaw reading, think-pair-share, and various activities to use with students before, during, and after reading. Workshop led by Diann Geisbert, English Language Fellow
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4 SAT Critical Reading Strategies to Raise Your SAT Score
Learn four SAT critical reading strategies to raise your SAT critical reading score. There are tricks to taking the SAT critical reading test that will help you find the right answer more often.
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Good Reading Strategies 2009
Students share the reading strategies they learned this year to help them become good readers.
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English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities
Bilingual speech-language pathologist Dr. Cárdenas-Hagan discusses effective assessment and instruction strategies for ELLS with learning disabilities and ways to help encourage the active involvement of parents of ELLs with LD in their kid's schools
Views: 5888 Reading Rockets

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