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How to help your teenager to be a successful reader! - APPA

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How to help your
teenager to be a
successful reader!
“Reading is for enjoyment and learning.
Independent and successful readers use a
range of strategies to understand an author’s
message.”
How can I encourage & support my
teenager to read?
• Talk with your child
• Provide a positive role model
• Read with your child every day
• Listen to your child read
• Encourage your child to read from a
wide range of sources
• Try to locate books about his/her
interests
Seaford 6-12 School
Lynton Terrace, Seaford
South Australia 5169
Telephone 8327 2222
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Other strategies you could use include:
• Using a timer for a set amount of reading time that they can negotiate.
• Reading a book aloud to them. (have your child read words that you know
he or she can already read.
• Having them point out words while you read aloud.
• Reading aloud together.
• Reading 10 pages together, five each.
• Suggesting that they read into a voice recorder or a microphone.
• Asking them to read to a favourite pet or sibling
Can’t work out a word? Don’t understand?
If your child pauses while reading, wait for five seconds to allow time to work
out the word, then give a helpful prompt; for example:
• What do you think you could do to work out the word?
• Look at the first letter. Look at the last letter. Look at the letters in between.
What do you think the word might be?
• Does it look like any other word you know?
• Try sounding it out.
• Try breaking the word into syllables eg. qui / ver / ing
• Read the sentence again.
• Read to the end of the sentence. Any idea?
• Does it make sense in the story?
• Does the word look right for what else is on the page?
*If your child has not worked out the word after two prompts, name the word.
Then ask them to say the word again, start the sentence from the beginning
and continue.
Sometimes it is useful to ask a question while they are reading to
confirm their understandings or suggest a strategy; for example:
• What do you think it says here?
• Find the part where it says that…
• On this page I can see a word you know. Can you find it?
• What word on this line tells you that..?
• How do you know that?
• Find the words starting with a group of letters eg. �str’ - string.
• Find the words that contain a group of letters on the page. eg. �in’ – find.
• Show me the part that tells us about the diagram.
Broaden your teenager’s reading experiences:
• websites
• accounts
• text messages
• school newsletter • memos
• s chool notices
• recipe books
• newspapers
• instruction manuals
• magazines
• signs
•m
enus
• forms
• emails
www.seafordhs.sa.edu.au
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