The Work

2018-02-08 - 07:11 | News | Tags: |

For the functional reading program to succeed it is essential that every purchase is consolidated so that the person is able to transfer and generalize their learning to other contexts, for it will continually review the work done. Once an significant domain at this stage could prove a mixed method of reading that lead to a standardized reading with the reference age group. Benefits of functional reading functional facilitates learning to read, and which is aimed at practical use in everyday life. It is multisensory (visual, auditory and kinesthetic) and therefore a facilitator of learning. It is complementary to the reading syllable, so that you can combine with it. Improved self-esteem because the person feels they can read almost from the start.

It is very motivating because it is centered in the areas of interest of future reader. Facilitates the generalization of learning. As an individualized program development respects the individual, the level of vocabulary that is owned and literate proficiency held. Source: Danny Meyer. Some helpful strategies for those who teach. Putting parts of the room, furniture, utensils, toys, etc.., With their names on cards. Place on the desk each student a card with your name, print and unadorned. Submit a person types prayer cards, by way of orders, so that recognized and met, including: Stand up, bring your notebook, erases the board. Use materials with your name and are visible for exercise testing and extension of words.

Recognition of new words in context family. For example, if card present my name that and next to this sentence does not show the name of the person, that it realizes and recognizes that it is not his name is written. Place the calendar, which only has the days and dates, while the right words, like: hot, cold, rainy, and so on., To use it according to reality. Submit short stories, posters, small poems, songs, thoughts, etc., In pictograms with the scenes in sequence, for the years of reading. Submit posters to several sentences in which a word is repeated, example: I like orange. Bring me an orange. The orange is yellow, and so on., To be identified. Review exercises and games with the teacher, family member or therapist invent, correct spelling and pronunciation of familiar words, etc. It is clear that developing and implementing a functional reading program requires an effort far greater than when we teach reading to a person in the usual way, so it is absolutely essential and family all involved in the program work in a coordinated and committed, be patient and not expect results from the beginning. The continued practice is the key to success.