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AATSP/SANTILLANA USA WEBINARS - SESSION 1: Reading Strategies for the Spanish Classroom

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Jan 24

AATSP/SANTILLANA USA WEBINARS (JANUARY, 2012)

WEBINAR SESSION 1:

SABER LEER: ESTRATEGIAS DE LECTURA PARA EL AULA DE ESPAÑOL (READING STRATEGIES FOR THE SPANISH CLASSROOM)

 

Session Summary (in English):

Current research shows that learners of Spanish, whether they are native speakers of Spanish or students learning Spanish as a second language, need a variety of reading strategies to develop and increase their reading comprehension skills. An increase of reading comprehension skills allows Spanish learners the opportunity to access to language and content available only through authentic reading selections in Spanish, thus increasing their literacy as well as their cultural and content knowledge.

The acquisition of reading skills is vital to the development of literacy in any language. This session discusses pre-, during, and after reading strategies and approaches that make scaffold reading instruction comprehensible to ALL students. Participants learn/discuss the appropriate use of high-interest, low-difficulty reading selections using specific examples of Spanish literature of varying difficulty levels.

Session Summary (in Spanish):

La adquisición de habilidades de lectura es vital para el desarrollo de la alfabetización en cualquier idioma. En esta sesión se mostrarán estrategias para mejorar la lectura antes, durante y después de la actividad lectora.  Además se hablará de los enfoques en la instrucción que el maestro puede llevar a cabo en el aula con el propósito de desarrollar la habilidad lectora en el alumno. Los participantes aprenderán cómo utilizar adecuadamente una variedad de lecturas, buscando que sean siempre de alto interés y  baja dificultad.  También se ofrecerán ejemplos de literatura en español nivelada a diferentes grados de dificultad.

Target Audience

K-12 and post-secondary Spanish teachers, K-12 foreign language supervisors

Program(s): Spanish as a foreign language, Spanish for native speakers, advanced Spanish courses, Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish courses, post-secondary Spanish courses

Language of Presentation: Spanish

Presenter: Mario A. Nuñez

Bibliography:

López Recacha, José Antonio (2009).  Evolución histórica del concepto de la comprensión lectora. Central Sindical e Independiente de Funcionarios de la Educación. ISSN: 1988-6047. Sevilla.

Marin, Marta (2007).  Enseñar a leer los textos de estudio en la primaria. Anales de la educación común; Educación y lenguaje. Publicación de la Dirección General de Cultura y Educación de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.

Parodi, Giovanni (coord.) (2010). Saber leer. Instituto Cervantes. Aguilar.

Saavedra Rosas, Amílcar (2009).  Leer, escribir, narrar e imaginar: estrategias y pretextos. Guía para maestros y promotores de la lectura y escritura.  Alfaguara.

Silva, Rosana. La comprensión lectora. Artículo en la página Internet: www.monografias.com. http://www.monografias.com/trabajos38/comprension-lectora/comprension-lectora3.shtml

Webinar Reference Documents / Documentos de Referencia 

Enseñar a leer los textos de estudio en la escuela primaria

Evolución histórica del concepto de comprensión lectora

Los tres momentos de la lectura

Webinar 1 _ Reading _ Q&A

Webinar 1_Reading_Power Point Presentation

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beatriz VanW January 18, 2012 at 5:43 PM Reply
Do I need to have a web camera or a specific program in my computer to participate in the webinar?
jreyes January 18, 2012 at 5:57 PM Reply
Hi Beatriz,

Thank you for your interest in the webinar. No you do not need a web camera and/or specific program in your computer to participate. It is web based, all you need is Internet access.
Isabel Milliner January 23, 2012 at 5:29 PM Reply
how do I find the webinar? where is it?
jreyes January 23, 2012 at 5:33 PM Reply
Hi Isabel,

Everyone who signed up for the webinars received an email from messenger@webex .com, this email has the log in link and password. If you did not receive this email please let us know by emailing me at jreyes@santillanausa.com .
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