Reading is one of the key ways of communication and Reading Fluency is the first step towards reading. Taking this course will help a teacher to understand how to teach Reading Fluency so that our children can read fluently. Reading Fluency also acts as a stepping stone towards learning Reading Comprehension and Writing.
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This course explores the different word attack strategies that can be used in class.
It consists of 5 sections:
Section 1- In this section, we will do a recap of what we learned in the course Reading Fluency I and II. and reflect about our practices based on the learning from the previous 2 courses on Reading Fluency.
Section 2- In this section, we will explore how to teach our students to read bigger words or new words using different word attack strategies.
Section 3- In this section, we will explore how different components of a Reading Fluency lesson come together in a week.
Section 4-Here, we will explore different ways to share our learning and best practices with our peers.
Section 5-We will check what we have learnt through this course by answering a set of questions.
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.