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Reading is a thinking activity. We read better when our brains are switched on. Activities before reading and activities after reading switch on our brains and keep them switched on. Both types of activities offer fertile ground for dialogue between students and between students and teachers. This workshop explains such activities and provides participants with opportunities to experience these activities and to plan their own. These reading activities can be conducted for upper primary and lower secondary level.
- Understand the rationale for pre-reading and post-reading activities
- Experience various pre-reading and post-reading activities.
- Consider which activities to use in your own teaching context.
- Why Do Pre- and Post-Reading Activities
- Characteristics of Good Pre-Reading Activities
- Characteristics of Good Post-Reading Activities
- Activities for Pre-Reading
- Activities for Post-Reading
Dr George Jacobs was a Language Specialist at RELC for eight years. Currently, he works with MOE Singapore and educational institutions around Singapore and internationally. George is the co-author of Read Aloud Asia, published by Times. Dr Jacobs has presented at many conferences locally and internationally.
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Read about our cancellation, withdrawal and substitution policy:http://alap.bookcouncil.sg/courses/detail/pre-reading-and-post-reading-activities
For enquiries, please contact ALAP staff:
Prema: 6848 8297
Judi: 6848 8295