Help a first grader who reads #14

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opened 2022-12-04 21:52:27 +01:00 by alanluiz2020 · 0 comments

I will show, using the example of one text, how my granddaughter and I read together
1. The child reads the title: "On a visit to the gnome." “What is the text about? What would you like to ask?" The granddaughter asked who was going to visit the gnome, and I asked like this: “I wonder if the gnome has some kind of holiday?” Together we suggested that, most likely, yes, a holiday, but it is not yet clear which one, it is necessary to read.
2. “Here is a picture for this story. Look: what can you guess? In the picture, the gnome puts the samovar.
3. We read the text to ourselves. When the child read, I ask: “Now we found out what the gnome’s holiday is and who came to visit?”
4. Now we read aloud in turn, I comment on the text and have a dialogue with the author. Sometimes you have to write down some thoughts on a piece of paper and when the child asks for proof of my paper, then help him with this. So together we can learn to read and write at the same time.
5. We discuss what we have read. "How many guests are there? Let's count. Can you list everyone? Why were they in a hurry? We decide that all the friends wanted to please the gnome on his birthday, they were afraid to be late and therefore were in a hurry. Here is a mole - he went out in advance, and the snail hurried as best he could.
6. What does this text tell about the author? The child said that the author is kind, cheerful and loves gifts. I agreed.
7. Expressively read aloud. The granddaughter chose about a fox and a snail, and then she wanted to draw a festive table and gifts. It turned out beautiful!
That's how we read, and we're both interested.
In general, I will repeat my main idea: first, the child should have an interest and a desire to learn to read. And then you can deal with technology and everything else.
Have fun reading together as a child!

<p>I will show, using the example of one text, how my granddaughter and I read together<br />1. The child reads the title: "On a visit to the gnome." &ldquo;What is the text about? What would you like to ask?" The granddaughter asked who was going to visit the gnome, and I asked like this: &ldquo;I wonder if the gnome has some kind of holiday?&rdquo; Together we suggested that, most likely, yes, a holiday, but it is not yet clear which one, it is necessary to read.<br />2. &ldquo;Here is a picture for this story. Look: what can you guess? In the picture, the gnome puts the samovar.<br />3. We read the text to ourselves. When the child read, I ask: &ldquo;Now we found out what the gnome&rsquo;s holiday is and who came to visit?&rdquo;<br />4. Now we read aloud in turn, I comment on the text and have a dialogue with the author. Sometimes you have to write down some thoughts on a piece of paper and when the child asks for <a href="https://editius.com/proofread-my-paper/">proof of my paper</a>, then help him with this. So together we can learn to read and write at the same time.<br />5. We discuss what we have read. "How many guests are there? Let's count. Can you list everyone? Why were they in a hurry? We decide that all the friends wanted to please the gnome on his birthday, they were afraid to be late and therefore were in a hurry. Here is a mole - he went out in advance, and the snail hurried as best he could.<br />6. What does this text tell about the author? The child said that the author is kind, cheerful and loves gifts. I agreed.<br />7. Expressively read aloud. The granddaughter chose about a fox and a snail, and then she wanted to draw a festive table and gifts. It turned out beautiful!<br />That's how we read, and we're both interested.<br />In general, I will repeat my main idea: first, the child should have an interest and a desire to learn to read. And then you can deal with technology and everything else.<br />Have fun reading together as a child!</p>
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