reading

Understanding and visualizing what you read can go a long way in making reading fun and then reading becomes learning. Purinjudha? is a free android app (no ads) that helps you do just that and enjoy reading.

You can use the app to do the following:

Sharpen your eyes and get ready for a spotting spree! Click the fullscreen button.

Let's see if you have spotted everything!

Many articles have been written about reading strategies but not much on reading assessment and how it improves literacy. With this in mind, Nabanita Deshmukh attempts to present easy-to-implement assessment strategies to raise reading levels of students.

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These videos are produced by TESS-India to support school leaders in enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in their primary or secondary school. We are sharing the 2nd part of the series.

Reading is making meaning from print. It requires that we:

Samira doesn't like the lunch her mother has packed in her tiffin box. All her animal friends feel bad for her and offer her their lunch. Read out all about Samira's lunchtime adventure (eBook is attached below)...and then let your second graders attempt the activities based on the story.

This is from Pratham Books

When my son was nine years old, he put aside the large Harry Potter novel he had been slowly, but enthusiastically, reading each evening and instead began ploughing through lots of fairly uninspiring books that he brought home from school each day.
 

The article explores the possibility of initiating strategies for creating literacy environment for the very young children of the literate as well as non-literate societies. Basing the argument on the theories of emergent literacy, the article highlights the importance of creating an input rich environment for developing the child’s literacy urge since her infancy.

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