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Good readers use what they know about language and the world to interact with what they are reading. This helps them create meaning from the words on the page.
Classroom activities that encourage interaction with texts, like directed activities related to texts DARTsimprove students' reading comprehension. What are directed activities related to texts DARTs?
What are the advantages of using DARTs? How can you develop your own DART?
This section contains articles and activities to help with beginning to teach reading and writing to your Young Learners. Materials cover introducing letters, internalizing letters, learning words and a series of recognition games. Supporting children with difficulties in reading and writing from University of London, UCL Institute of Education, Dyslexia International. This course is for teachers to learn why some children have so much difficulty with reading and writing. A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor and who devotes time outside class to do whatever activities the instructor assigns that are necessary either for class preparation or to submit evidence of progress towards that mastery.
DARTs are activities which get students to interact with texts. Their aim is to improve students' reading comprehension and to make them critical readers. They can be done by individual students or in groups. What type of activities can you use in DARTs?
DARTs can be divided into two groups: Text completion Fill in missing words, phrases or sentences. Sequencing Arrange jumbled segments of text in a logical or time sequence. Grouping Group segments of text according to categories.
Table completion Fill in the cells of a table that has row and column headings, or provide row and column headings where cells have already been filled in. Diagram completion Complete an unfinished diagram or label a finished diagram. Prediction activities Write the next step or stage of a text, or end the text.
Text marking Find and underline parts of the text that have a particular meaning or contain particular information. Text segmenting and labelling Break the text into meaningful chunks and label each chunk.
Table construction Draw a table. Use the information in the text to decide on row and column headings and to fill in the cells. Diagram construction Construct a diagram that explains the meaning of the text.
For example, draw a flow chart for a text that explains a process, or a branch diagram for a text that describes how something is classified. Questioning Answer the teacher's questions or develop questions about the text.
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