KINDS OF READING
 Is a technique for discovering information and ideas
within a text.
 The reader stops to consider the facts carefully...
CRITICAL READING REQUIRES THE READERS TO:
1. Go back and consider carefully the source of the reading
materials and the ...
 This is done by a person who wants to get rid of
his/her everyday troubles, frustrations, problems,
through reading ma...
 Reading for pleasure any topic of interest.
 It is also known as light – type of reading; reading
as your way of spen...
 Is the detailed, careful reading one does in class or in
the library.
 The kind of reading you do when you study, pre...
 Refers to a comprehensive reading program which consists of
several periods or stages. These periods usually coincide w...
Reading Readiness:
 The period when the child gets ready to read is referred to as
the reading readiness stage. With th...
Period of Rapid Growth or
Expanding Power:
 Most children will have mastered the techniques of reading upon
reaching t...
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Kinds of reading

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Transcripts - Kinds of reading

  • 1. KINDS OF READING
  • 2.  Is a technique for discovering information and ideas within a text.  The reader stops to consider the facts carefully, “take time to read in order to the get facts straight”. Example: Reading done in periodicals, books, advertising materials which are located with propaganda devices designed to sway opinions or sell products.
  • 3. CRITICAL READING REQUIRES THE READERS TO: 1. Go back and consider carefully the source of the reading materials and the possible biases or ulterior motives its author or publisher might have. 2. Consider facts about the author, his background, and knowledge of the subjects. 3. Watch out for inconsistencies and for false analogies. 4. Be aware of emotionally loaded words which appeal to basic emotions and stir up strong reactions.
  • 4.  This is done by a person who wants to get rid of his/her everyday troubles, frustrations, problems, through reading magazines, stories, novels, essays, and others.  Seemingly, he/she considers the reading materials as having narcotic effect like a drug or opium that dulls the senses and makes one unconscious or unaware of realities in life.
  • 5.  Reading for pleasure any topic of interest.  It is also known as light – type of reading; reading as your way of spending leisure; read any reading material that you may find interesting to spend your free time more relaxing and enjoyable. Example: Comics, humorous stories, tales, novels, short articles in the news papers, magazines, jokes and other forms of light reading materials.
  • 6.  Is the detailed, careful reading one does in class or in the library.  The kind of reading you do when you study, prepare a term paper, or an oral report.  Also known as word for word types of reading; reading materials related to your course or research; exposes you to various source of knowledge.
  • 7.  Refers to a comprehensive reading program which consists of several periods or stages. These periods usually coincide with individuals development stages of growth. DEVELOPMENTAL READING Reading Readiness ( nursery, kinder-garten ) Beginning Reading ( Grades I – II ) Rapid Growth ( Grades III – IV ) Refinement & Wide Reading (Grade VI – HS & College)
  • 8. Reading Readiness:  The period when the child gets ready to read is referred to as the reading readiness stage. With the guidance of his/her teachers, the child acquires a functional listening & speaking vocabulary. Beginning Reading:  The initial process of learning to recognize words, phrases, and sentences as symbols for ideas is known as beginning reading. For instance, a child develops the concepts of bus after he has seen one, redder in one, or drawn in one. Includes: 1. Getting acquainted with an idea or experiences,. 2. Seeing how the combination of symbols that stands for the idea books and, 3. Remembering how the combination of symbols may be distinguished from other combinations.
  • 9. Period of Rapid Growth or Expanding Power:  Most children will have mastered the techniques of reading upon reaching the stage of rapid growth or expanding power. However, interesting materials should be used in developing vocabulary, comprehension, locational, and simple organizational skills.  The learners use skimming & scanning techniques as they go over the table of contents, glossary, & index of a book. They use the dictionary to locate the meaning of new words. Moreover, they make summaries, book reports, and outlines. Period of Refinement or Growth in the use of the reading tool:  Learners do a great deal of serious and interpretive reading during their period of refinement or growth in the skill.
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