#4 allows the students to explore the belief of the main message or theme of the story using their descriptions and illustrations to support their answers. My goal is to assess the students understanding of the questions that will be asked and the content area. I want my students to understand and comprehend the concepts and skills from the activities. For Knowledge & Understanding category of L.T. #1, I will include 1 multiple choice question so that my students will understand the importance of knowing what an illustration is, and why they are important in the text.
Reading Strategy File One #1: Before Reading Strategy Name of Strategy: Anticipation Guide Description of Strategy: Anticipation guides prepare students for a story or a text. Anticipation guides help to motivate students to read a story, build curiosity and help students predict what will happen in a text or a story before beginning to read it. Anticipation guides also help students to self-monitor their own interactions with a text or story. A typical anticipation guide will invite students to state an opinion or predict something about the main ideas/themes in a story before they begin to read. Students are encouraged to use their prior knowledge and backgrounds when making these predictions.
Students were able to successfully describe to why characters in a story each character is acts or thinks different. The next step was going over how to describe students viewpoints by focusing on the characters actions, how they feel, and what they see through the story. When reading the book, I insured to make pauses
It explains the particular “set of conventions and patterns, codes and rules” (Foster xxv) used when dealing with literary works. Foster puts into words how these determine the setup and meaning of literature using examples and ideas that are useful for high school and college students.
In this essay, I was taught how to read from a different perspective. I learned how to deconstruct, and reconstruct writing to learn the thought process of the author. Mike Bunn shows his readers a how-to process of analyzing any form of literature, explaining the purpose, context, and language. Throughout the essay "How to Read Like a Writer,” Mike compares analyzing writing to an architect analyzing columns, or a carpenter analyzing homes. He encourages those reading his essay to think about how to evolve as better writers, and whether or not this technique can help you learn more about literature itself.
Thomas Foster, in his essay “Is That a Symbol?,” suggests that every concrete object in a piece of literature can be a symbol. Foster supports his claim by describing a scenario and pointing out objects that are symbols. His purpose is to further inform students on what a symbol is in order to help them better understand pieces of literature and their many meanings. Foster establishes a formal but humorous tone with his intended audience for this essay which includes students from various levels of education, middle school and up. Based on my original claim, this essay will help me to further explain my symbols and why they are significant to the story.
When students first start learning to read they must learn the shapes of the alphabet, the sounds they make, and many more iterative steps that develops a student 's proficiency in the traditional form of literacy. With the development of technology teachers are given more tools to teach students. In order for teachers to use these new tools properly they must know how to wield them properly. Websites, Wikis, Social media, podcasts, and video making are great ways of instructing students. While the old literacies are similar to the new literacies, new literacies take the building blocks of the old and use them in a different way.
These kind of shows offer English teachers authentic materials to bring their learners into contact with language in context which can help them to identify various functions of a single utterance. This paper will analyse the discourse and social interaction of a short dialogue in the series Friends (Appendix 1). In order to conduct this analysis, I will follow Halliday and Hasan's discourse analysis model viewed in terms of the parameters of field, tenor, and textuality to discuss the language system, context of situation and culture involved during the interaction of the participants. In addition, I will follow Hymes speaking model to identify and point out components of linguistic interaction to explain the importance of utterances in conveying meaning more than just elaborating isolated sentences.
The Aural-Oral approach is very effective to be implemented in English Language Teaching in case to build communicative competence of student. It enhances listening and speaking also it increases new vocabulary for student. The aim of this essay is to give real imagine about how the Aural-Oral approach can be taught in or during English learning and give good improvement in both listening and speaking in order to reach student’s communicative competence. The first focus of Aural-Oral Approach is to teach English for student
While language focuses on phonemes, morphemes, words, clauses, structures etc., literature lays emphasis on context and on how language is used for communication. A literary piece brought to the attention of students is not an end in itself but a means of beginning a creative