Posted by on March 18, 2013 in News |

. In view of the raised situation, highlighted the requirement at this level of specialists prepared to recognize the special needs or developmental delays. This point brings us to another great responsibility of school supervision: support to vocational training of teachers. The teaching staff you need to update with the new pedagogical practices for teaching reading and writing. A common problem in the initial training is the lack of preparation, specializing in the teaching of literacy. But ask that you need to know a trained professional to support the process of initial literacy learning? As Snow, Burns, and Griffin, say it (1998): reading is a complex system to derive meaning from the printed word which requires: motivation to read, knowledge of vocabulary, strategies to construct meaning and comprehend text, skills to read with fluency, decoding new words and understand the relationship between phonemes, the sounds and the printed word. The initial reading teacher has to understand not only all aspects of this definition, but also how to use this definition to evaluate children’s progress and adjust their pedagogical practices to respond to the needs of their students. Supervisors of the school have a responsibility to ensure that the teachers responsible for this work are ready for this task and support them in continuous professional development 4. Responsibility for education and school success is both teachers and parents, according to my perspective a teacher strategy would take advantage of such a position and instructed to maintain participation active parent in all the activities undertaken to contribute for the benefit of the reader process of the student which sets the standard for maintaining the interest and taste of reading; as says it Snow, Burns, and Griffin, (1998) as more opportunities have the boy or girl in the House to listen to stories and participate in oral exchanges, more success will do at school to learn to read and write formally 5.


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