Welcome to class!
In today’s class, we will discuss Fluency I. I am trusting that you are going to enjoy the class!
Fluency | Reading Aloud with Pacing, Intonation, and Punctuation
Today, We’re going to talk about an important skill called Fluency in Reading. Fluency means reading smoothly and accurately, like a pro! 📚📖
Reading Aloud with Pacing, Intonation, and Punctuation
When we read a story or a sentence out loud, we need to read at a good pace. That means not too fast and not too slow. Imagine you’re telling a story to your friend. You want them to understand, right? So, read at a comfortable speed.
Also, we need to use intonation. That means making our voice go up and down, just like when we talk.
For example, if a character in a story is excited, your voice can sound cheerful. If they are sad, your voice can sound a bit low.
For example, can you tell me how my voice should sound when saying this? ‘I am happy’ Excited, right? Good.
Now let me ask you, how do you sound when you are hungry?
Reading a Variety of Texts
We’re not just reading stories. We can read all sorts of things! 🌟 We can read poems that rhyme and sound musical. We can read fantasy stories with magical creatures and adventures. I want you to try to read different types of texts you can find around and have fun with them!
Guess what? You can read all by yourself! 🌈 This is called independent reading. You pick a book you like, find a cozy spot, and read quietly.
As you practice more, you’ll become even better at reading. And remember, it’s okay to ask for help if you find a tricky word.
Let’s practice! Read this sentence aloud: “The sun is shining brightly in the sky.” 🌞
Let`s try this too: “I am in primary one”
Can you think of more examples?
Imagine you’re reading a poem about a cat. How would you make your voice sound when you read: “The curious cat jumped onto the wall”?
Remember, the more you practice reading, the smoother and better you’ll become. Keep reading every day and have fun with different stories and books! 📚🌟
We have come to the end of today`s class.
I hope you enjoyed the class.
In our next class, we will be talking more in detail about Fluency
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