English is a second language for most of our students. At the same time, the knowledge of English language is important for our students to get access to different opportunities in the world. This course is the first course in a series of three courses on Reading Fluency. This course covers the basic concepts of Reading Fluency
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This course explores what a phoneme and grapheme is and the connection between Reading Fluency and Reading Comprehension.
It consists of 5 sections:
Section 1- Reflect on how you currently teach reading to your students and explore how people learn a new language
Section 2- Explore how Reading Fluency and Reading Comprehension are connected
Section 3- Explore different strategies to develop reading habit in students
Section 4- Different ways to share learning and best practices
Section 5- Evaluation
a. T1.1.1a: Shows knowledge of content and procedures of the chosen subject.
b. T1.1.3a: Shows knowledge of common developments related to the subject, which are beyond the text book.
c. T1.4.1a: Shows knowledge of the purpose of content in the chosen subject and the competencies and thinking skills that this content develops.
d. T2.1.1a: Shows understanding of and ability to apply content-specific pedagogical methods and subject-specific pedagogical resources.