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Strategies for Teaching Reading 1: Teaching Reading to Young Learners

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These ELT Teacher Training Videos from Oxford University Press India aim to address significant and common issues in day-to-day classroom teacher-student interaction. About the video: This video enumerates the strategy of silent reading instead of reading aloud, a common practice in classrooms. He elaborates on the need for pre-reading tasks and recommends an appropriate procedure for reading. About the Author: Dr Ray Mackay is an ELT expert and teacher trainer with more than 30 years experience. He has taught at various schools and colleges in Europe, Africa and South Asia. He has been associated with primary teacher-training and textbook projects in eastern India since 2003 and has also been awarded the MBE for his services to English teaching in India.
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Mark Hughes (1 month ago)
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PARI FAISAL (2 months ago)
Thanks for teaching us
Notoya Campbell (3 months ago)
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Dinesh Kapure (4 months ago)
Awesome I like the views placed in videos.. And try to apply in my class
Tanja Pantelic (4 months ago)
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Neetha Nair (9 months ago)
Hai Sir, I JUST SAW UR VIDEO..I LIKED IT.I HAVE A REQUEST. MY SON HE IS 7YRS IN CLASS ONE..SIR I AM FROM INDIA.AND MY SON IS ENGLISH MEDIUM.ACTUALLY MY SON DOSENT LIKE ENGLISH AND HE DOSENT SPEAK ENGLISH.IF I MAKE HIM STUDY HIS SUBJECTS I HAVE TO EXPLAIN IT IN HINDI.HE CANT EVEN MAKE HIS OWN SENTENCE.HE DOES NOT UNDERSTAND ENGLISH.I TRY TO SPEAK IN ENGLISH WITH HIM BUT HE WILL NOT RESPOND UNTIL I SPEAK IN MY MOTHER TONGUE.HE IS ONLY LIKES DRAWING. I CANT UNDERSTAND HOW TO MAKE HIM TAKE INTEREST FOR ENGLISH SUBJECT ALSO TO SPEAK AND READ.SIR PLS GUDIE ME HOW TO PREPARE HIM.I WANT TO PUT HIM IN GOOD SCHOOL ..BUT BECAUSE OF ENGLISH I AM NOT ABLE TO DO SO.SIR PLS HELP HOPE YOU WILL REPLY.
Doctor Of History (8 months ago)
Use Flash Cards with pictures. As you say he likes to draw the pictures will help to develop interest in your kid to learn English. Good Luck.
ALOK KUMAR (10 months ago)
thanks
Mellie Vern (10 months ago)
THANK YOU!!!
Faranak Raste (1 year ago)
Thank you sir. You were a big help.
Leeza Silverman (1 year ago)
Thank you for taking the time to make this video. Very helpful and to the point
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Roro Royati (1 year ago)
thank you this help me so much,,,
V Satyavathi (2 years ago)
very apt for a language class
Kazi Hafsa (2 years ago)
Very nice
astria muzdalifah (2 years ago)
i usually did this in my college class. it works so much until i find myself to teach esl students in junior high, and it really doesnt work any at all in low achiever students they dont want to cooperate since they dont understand the meaning if they read it silently in individual
Nathan Chigamba (1 month ago)
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Ruby Chew (2 years ago)
I forgot to ask you a question. Would you please do a video regarding teaching methods for dyslexic children?
Ruby Chew (2 years ago)
There needs to be books for your children that don't have pictures in them just straight text. Pictorial causes children to comprehend through photos not reading. I agree with your method.
molly romuado (3 years ago)
I think this method is to child literate , dont is?
Rohit Rathore (4 years ago)
good one
SEL MOON (4 years ago)
A M A Z I N G
Tilak Sharma (5 years ago)
This ELT training video by Ray Mackay has, I assume, tremendously succeeded in addressing some very important usual classroom teaching of English in India. It dwells extensively on the essence of using rhymes to teach language to young learners, which can be a real challenge for all teachers. The key characteristics of rhymes and the significance of introducing them at an early age have been dealt with extensively and I’m sure teachers are going to benefit a lot from it.

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