A Practical Guide to Teaching Reading in the Early Years by Ann C Browne

By Ann C Browne

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In the puddle', the missing word is likely to be a verb rather than an adjective or noun. When knowledge of the appropriate type of word is used in conjunction contextual understanding predictions of words are likely to be even more successful and in the example above lead to predictions such as such as sat, jumped or fell. Knowledge of grammatical appropriateness does not only apply to parts of speech but also to tense and number. This can help children to read new versions of partially recognised words easily.

Developing bibliographic knowledge • • • • Story times, when children see and listen to the teacher introducing books, authors, words and letters are an important source of learn­ ing about bibliographic knowledge. Discuss the information provided by illustrations. Read the illustrations in books before beginning to read the text. Use wordless picture books to tell stories. Copyrighted Material The key skills of reading • • • 33 Introduce the vocabulary needed to talk about reading when shar­ ing books with children.

Longer texts As children gain more experience as readers they enjoy exploring stories that contain more complex plots, language and style. Many picture books can challenge readers too, for example, Piggybook (1986) and Zoo (1994) by Anthony Browne and Enchantment in the Garden (1996) by Shirley Hughes. However because longer books contain more text than picture books they are able to develop character and present plots which have many twists. They can provide children with a more sustained textual read than picture books.

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