This is 'rising up' reading--reading that challenges, that organizes for a better world. The contrast becomes clear when scientists start talking about Henrietta and her cells. Before reading, readers need to activate their prior knowledge and experience, determine reading goals and strategies, and build background knowledge.
Linda Christensen If teachers can slow down their thinking and notice what they do as expert readers of their content, they will know how to design effective reading strategy instruction. All the weight of the reading activity is concentrated in the post-reading phase. I also thought that her transactional theory of reading would be useful to my students, especially because it acknowledges the relationship a reader builds with a literary text and how that relationship produces the experience of the text.
Children should be given freedom to choose books that lead to enthusiastic reading. Again, all these familial reactions and the inner secrets and lies of the life of Henrietta Lacks have touched me the most. Doing so, they will be witnesses to the unfolding of the human soul and to the rising of a New Man who will not be a victim of events, but will have the clarity of vision to direct and shape the future of human society.
The reader must proceed in parallel decoding from the script symbol to the audio signal word-sound and from the audio signal to meaning sound-meaning.
The Three-phase Reading Comprehension Instructional Model Pre-reading, While-reading and Post-reading Reading is a complex process that requires readers to actively involve in a close engagement with the text. Students are not equipped with the reading comprehension skills associated with each phase; therefore, they can answer each question available in the reading, but when reading a text without reading comprehension questions, they will hardly be able to read themselves and present how they understand the text.
For example, with informational texts, after harvesting the overall surface information of the text What is written about? Nancie Atwell We need consistency for the children so we know where to start and where to go.
Implications for research", in Charles Cooper. The process of reading indicates that it is necessary to go through certain phases and steps to master the text in an orderly manner, linear and synthesized, sequential, successive, deepening, expanding, developing, monitoring and adjusting what has been achieved in the previous step.
There has been a plethora of books and articles advocating more explicit and systematic reading instruction, from neuroscientists like Sally Shaywitz to educators like G.
Julie Wollman It's important for teachers to structure their literacy program so as to have time to confer with students individually about their reading. Dennie Palmer Wolf To completely analyze what we do when we read would almost be the acme of the psychologist's achievements, for it would be to describe very many of the most intricate workings of the human mind.
Reid Lyon and Louisa Moats. The surface information of decoding the text is captured and sequenced. And no one can be engaged and distracted at the same time. Teachers also do not instruct students how to work with each specific letter when coming into contact with it.
The Transactional Theory of the Literary Workin which she argues that the act of reading literature involves a transaction Dewey's term between the reader and the text. However, whenever necessary, the reader may return to direct contact with the text in two ways of reading as pointed out by Louise Rosenblatt-mainly referent reading of informational texts and mainly aesthetic reading of literary texts With this drawing, I meant to highlight how the reader is ultimately responsible for building a relationship with a text and how every response points back to what the reader brings to that relationship.
Such a reader does not care about how the text is worded.
Literacy in Kindergarten is a huge chunk of our day. Basically, the three-phase reading comprehension instruction model is the result of empirical research.
Nancie Atwell Do not use texts being read aesthetically for the explicit teaching of reading skills. Just as in the Inferential Reading strategy, students use their experiences as a way of evaluating and making judgments about the text taking into consideration the cover page, illustrations within the book, biography etc.
A written work often referred to as a "poem" in her writing does not have the same meaning for everyone, as each reader brings individual background knowledge, beliefs, and context into the reading act.
Walt Whitman It may be that as we [adults] reintroduce ourselves to our own reading processes, we need to make conscious the strategies our minds have used subconsciously for so many years.
It is precisely this social behavior of the individual reader that placed Rosenblatt's thinking in the realm of democracy. Huey If the reading is too hard, I just get Cliff Notes or skim through chapters.
There is a time and a place to read fiction in an efferent mode, and to read nonfiction in an aesthetic mode.
This frame will continuously be filled up, confirmed or adjusted in progress while reading the text. The three-phase reading comprehension instructional model has been researched and applied successfully to instruct reading.Reading as a transactional process, reader-response, the ways texts teach, miscue analysis, kid watching, social responsibility and imagination, our existential existence, I am not yet, not yet, are all ideas that are part of who we are, but would not be without Yetta Goodman, Maxine Greene, Louise Rosenblatt, and Margaret Meek Spencer.
Efferent vs. Aesthetic Reading Louise Rosenblatt  explains that readers approach the work in ways that can be viewed as aesthetic or efferent. The question is why the reader is reading and what the reader aims to get out of the reading.
However, whenever necessary, the reader may return to direct contact with the text in two ways of reading as pointed out by Louise Rosenblatt-mainly referent reading of informational texts and mainly aesthetic reading of literary texts Thus the division and boundary of the phases before, during and after reading are not rigid.
This group of early risers wanted everyone to know that all readers disagree. This group's idea of a good time was reading the same book, jotting down a few thoughts about it, and then indulging in high hilarity about how diverse the responses were.
Such surveys run around pages and are written by experts, professors in the field who are writing to guide the research of students, in order to summarize a lot of material for easier consumption, as well as writing to contribute their own ideas on the subject.
k59_61TAR_Summer05 59 6/4/05, AM 59 Louise Rosenblatt: A Life in Literacy. Duane. Roen & Nicholas. Karolides. W. hen Louise Rosenblatt’s.
Rosenblatt asserts that much of our reading falls into the middle of the continuum, the reader responding to cognitive as well as emotive.Download