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X How can we increase a secondary pupil's vocabulary?He knows that he was never trained how to help children who couldn’t read in secondary schoolYou may decide to take this on yourself: use a programme suitable for older children/teenagers from ResourcesPhotograph: Alamy Teaching tips Inspiring teaching Supporting students with dyslexia: tips, tricks and tech for teachers 1.2 million children in the UK have dyslexia so it's important teachers understand how to support pupils with the disabilityStanovich: Romance and Reality extracts Hempenstall: Vocabulary/Oral Language/Comprehension: Some research findingsX ''If a student leaves [primary or] secondary school unable to read it is the schools fault'' X 5 things every new (secondary) teacher should know about reading And no one, in seven subsequent years of education (most dropped out of school at around 14) addressed the problemDevising an individualised programme of support/ intervention to meet needs of the pupilAn intensive, remedial programme given one-to-one, which rapidly and systematically teaches the English Alphabet Code along with decoding and encoding skills, is likely to be necessary
Their problems, however, are complicated by years of frustration and failure'' (Hall/Moats p213) They suffer from 'The Matthew Effect', from the biblical verse in StTen years and 9bn later and still 5 million can't read 23% of 16-18 year olds, 17% of 19-24 year olds are at the lowest level of literacy: Level 1 =GCSE grades D to G down to Entry Level 1 = NC 5-7 yr.olds) X Literacy and behaviour WASTED: The betrayal of white working class and black Caribbean boys''Computers are fine for practice but if your students have still not acquired facility with phonological analysis and synthesis by age 11/12 then you might be better off using a competent adult who can direct attention to the articulatory process and how it relates to readingHe is scathing about the government's adult literacy provision; “At present, the provision for people who can’t read at all is a series of activities for the mentally deficient; they say it’s all about balanceA proper Adult Literacy programme desperately needs to be written, and made statutory, but the adult literacy ‘professionals’, and I use this in inverted commas, have too much invested in it, to admit that well-taught phonics is the answer; and that they have been swallowing and producing b*llsh*t for their whole adult lives” (RRF newsletter 61)
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Speaking and listening doesn’t help you decode the building blocksX What are these Matthew Effects in reading? Ignore anyone who suggests that children have been ''phonicked up to the eyeballs'' by the time they enter secondary school and therefore, if they are still struggling to read, they need ''something completely different as phonics hasn't worked''English teacher David Didau observes, ''As long as kids pick [decoding] up in Year 1 or 2, they’ll be fine Fonts and background coloursSoftware that is regularly used in schools, such as Microsoft Word, is a good resource for fonts and background coloursTopics Teaching tips Inspiring teaching Schools Dyslexia blogposts Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Reuse this content View all comments > Order by newest oldest recommendations Show 25 25 50 100 All Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded Loading comments Trouble loading? View more comments most viewed Send them off to the special needs rooms to fill in more word puzzlesWhat the educators and the sponsors, by and large, do not seem to understand is what it is like to be fourteen and unable to read'' It appears 16 times before they reach that point 79c7fb41ad