Reading to Writing
ICAN developed Reading to Writing for the students to develop their communication skills. The more you read and write, the more you broaden your vocabulary and are able to articulate concepts accurately and more effectively to others. Increasing your ability to communicate also helps make you a better worker or student.
Here are the guidelines you have to follow as a Reading to Writing teacher:
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1. Ensure the student has read the topic or passage prior to the start of your class. This is to save you and your student time.
2. Make use of highlighters. Your student must use highlighters of different colors to emphasize important details with ease. If the student is using a digital copy, PDF readers have a built-in option to highlight within the software.
Blue or green - main ideas
Yellow - key points
Pink - vocabulary
3. Focus on your student's writing. Check the grammar and all the content. Based your lessons on the most common mistakes your students made.
4. Check your student's knowledge by giving a vocabulary quiz.
5. Make sure to give your student homework. The homework must include reading a passage or pages you assign in advance.
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