27 thoughts on “Strategies for Teaching Reading 1: Teaching Reading to Young Learners”

  1. When my child was in first grade, he was picked out for reading support services. This great reading tip has really helped a whole lot in developing the learning abilities of my young man even though he is on grade level and also his progress definitely amazed his reading teacher. It would be better if the trainer in school had this reading plan to make use of… healthighway.com/bw3k

  2. Kudos for the Video! Forgive me for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you heard about – Millawdon Future Ticket Trick (should be on google have a look)? It is an awesome one of a kind product for teaching children to read minus the normal expense. I´ve heard some unbelievable things about it and my friend after a lifetime of fighting got amazing success with it.

  3. In 1975 There was a Royal Commission into literacy in the UK. It found that every method of reading instruction has worked and every method has failed. The Bullock Report's closing chapter says that the key ingredient is an enthusiastic teacher who is organised and determined to see her children succeed. Children learn to read despite methods. However the Bullock report singled out "cuh uh tu" spells cat etc is a nonsense and should be avoided at all costs.

  4. We began making use of this reading guideline over a year. My daughter`s reading abilities continue to develop. She has not just become a good reader of beginning chapter books but also a great speller. She writes sentences and some short stories too healthighway.com/bw3k

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  9. Hai Sir, I JUST SAW UR VIDEO..I LIKED IT.I HAVE A REQUEST. MY SON HE IS 7YRS IN CLASS ONE..SIR I AM FROM INDIA.AND MY SON IS ENGLISH MEDIUM.ACTUALLY MY SON DOSENT LIKE ENGLISH AND HE DOSENT SPEAK ENGLISH.IF I MAKE HIM STUDY HIS SUBJECTS I HAVE TO EXPLAIN IT IN HINDI.HE CANT EVEN MAKE HIS OWN SENTENCE.HE DOES NOT UNDERSTAND ENGLISH.I TRY TO SPEAK IN ENGLISH WITH HIM BUT HE WILL NOT RESPOND UNTIL I SPEAK IN MY MOTHER TONGUE.HE IS ONLY LIKES DRAWING. I CANT UNDERSTAND HOW TO MAKE HIM TAKE INTEREST FOR ENGLISH SUBJECT ALSO TO SPEAK AND READ.SIR PLS GUDIE ME HOW TO PREPARE HIM.I WANT TO PUT HIM IN GOOD SCHOOL ..BUT BECAUSE OF ENGLISH I AM NOT ABLE TO DO SO.SIR PLS HELP HOPE YOU WILL REPLY.

  10. i usually did this in my college class. it works so much
    until i find myself to teach esl students in junior high, and it really doesnt work any at all in low achiever students
    they dont want to cooperate since they dont understand the meaning if they read it silently in individual

  11. I forgot to ask you a question. Would you please do a video regarding teaching methods for dyslexic children?

  12. There needs to be books for your children that don't have pictures in them just straight text. Pictorial causes children to comprehend through photos not reading. I agree with your method.

  13. This ELT training video by Ray Mackay has, I assume, tremendously succeeded in addressing some very important usual classroom teaching of English in India. It dwells extensively on the essence of using rhymes to teach language to young learners, which can be a real challenge for all teachers. The key characteristics of rhymes and the significance of introducing them at an early age have been dealt with extensively and I’m sure teachers are going to benefit a lot from it.

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