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Kelsie Fender
Re: Building on Prior Knowledge
Sat Jun 6, 2015 14:23

Just we Karly and I talked discussed, it's important for students to be exposed to people who enjoy reading and writing. These children begin to mimic what they see around them, and that is an important when building their knowledge. All students will have had different amounts of exposure to books by the time they get to our class. We have to tailor our lesson for the child who comes to us reading as we do for a child who may come having never held a book. How do you think this can be done most effectively? It is important to strike a balance so advanced readers are not bored and less advanced readers are not frustrated. I have had little teaching experience and am unsure of how one would best strike this balance.

  • Building on Prior Knowledge - coxdm, Fri Jun 5 22:44
    I like your connection of emergent reading to developing a framework like muscle memory with learning to ride a bike. It is important to allow students a concrete base of literacy before we dive into ... more
    • Re: Building on Prior Knowledge - Kelsie Fender, Sat Jun 6 14:23
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