Guided Reading in Tamil
- Personalized Reading Assistance
- Improved Reading Comprehension
- Enhanced Vocabulary
- Identifying Areas for Improvement
- Fluency Development
- Book Introduction: We begin the lesson with a book introduction. This helps the Primary 2 students understand what the book they will be reading is about. It’s like giving them a sneak peek of the story, which makes them excited to read.
- Book Walk: Next, we do a book walk. This is when students can look at each page of the book and discuss what they see. It’s like going on a mini-adventure before reading the story. This helps them remember things they already know and guess what might happen in the story.
- Reading: Now it’s time to read the book. Students can read by themselves or with a few friends, depending on how confident they are with reading. This way, everyone gets the help they need. We encourage students to use the reading tools and skills they’ve learned so far.
- Comprehension Discussion: After reading, it’s time to talk about the book. By asking questions, we can check if the students understand the story. We also ask them to relate the story to their own life experiences. This helps them understand the main points and important details of the story better.
- Assessment: Finally, we understand how well each student is doing by listening to them talk about the book and watching how they read. This helps us decide what each student needs to learn next and how we can help them learn better
Who is this Course for?
- All primary 2 students with Tamil as their mother tongue.
- All 7 years and 8 years old students willing to learn Tamil.
What you will Learn?
The benefits of guided reading for Primary 2 students include:
- Personalized Assistance: Teachers closely observe and assess students’ reading behaviors during guided reading sessions. This allows for individualised support, addressing specific areas of need and promoting further development in reading skills.
- Improved Reading Comprehension: Guided reading focuses on comprehension, helping students not only decode words but also understand the meaning of the text. This enhances their ability to comprehend and make sense of what they read.
- Enhanced Vocabulary: Through guided reading, students encounter a variety of texts, which exposes them to a wider range of vocabulary words. This exposure helps expand their vocabulary and language skills.
- Identifying Areas for Improvement: Guided reading sessions help teachers pinpoint any weaknesses or challenges that Year 2 students may have in their reading journey. This valuable insight guides instructional planning and enables targeted interventions to address specific reading difficulties.
- Fluency Development: Guided reading practices often involve repeated readings of texts. This repetition helps students improve their reading fluency by becoming more skilled at recognizing and reading words quickly and accurately.
- Comprehension Skills: Your child will learn to understand and interpret stories, make connections and discuss key details.
- Reading Independence: They’ll develop the ability to read independently or in groups, using strategies to tackle texts.
Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?
- Experienced teachers with years of expertise.
- Parents can track student performance and progress.
- Interactive learning through Videos, Live sessions, and Extensive notes.
- Extensive effective practice through AI-based Practices based on student’s abilities and needs.
- After-class support for addressing doubts and questions.
- AI-based tests and homework assignments for Follow up and review.
- Personalized learning path and mentorship for individual students for focus learning.
|Reading Simple Stories: In this curriculum, Primary 2 students begin by exploring basic reading skills through simple, engaging stories.They learn to decode words, understand punctuation, and identify key story elements.
|Discussion and Personal Sharing: After reading stories, students actively participate in discussions. They share their thoughts on the plot, characters, and connect the stories to their own experiences.
|Expanding Reading Skills: As the term progresses, vocabulary is expanded, and students learn to read with expression and fluency. Stories with dialogue help them practice conversation and storytelling.
|Reading for Comprehension Towards the end of the curriculum, the focus shifts to comprehension skills. Students learn to identify main ideas, details, and ask questions to deepen their understanding of stories.
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