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A self-taught reader, also known as a spontaneous reader, is a child who has figured out how to read without any formal reading instruction, thereby breaking the code. The code is the alphabet as a symbol system of sounds and words. A child first realizes that letters represent sounds and that together letters represent words.
Each child knows exactly what his or her own learning style is, knows exactly what he or she is ready for, and will learn to read in his or her own unique way, at his or her unique schedule. Fill your house with them. When books your child likes are readily available, they’ll read more often. And when it comes to reading, quantity certainly matters.
The more your child reads, the better they’ll get, and the more they’ll learn to love it. Reading with your child is the most important thing parents can do to make their child a better reader. When the child is a few months old; start with picture books.
Point to a picture and say the word aloud. As the baby grows older, point to the same picture and ask her/him to identify them. 1. Reward your child for reading. If you promise your child twenty, uninterrupted minutes on his or her Nintendo 3DS or on the computer after twenty minutes of reading for pleasure, you can bet that your child will give reading a try, even if the reading material seems too difficult. Here are 10 simple steps to teach your child to read at home: 1. Use songs and nursery rhymes to build phonemic awareness Children’s songs and nursery rhymes aren’t just a lot of fun—the rhyme and rhythm help kids to hear the sounds and syllables in words, which helps them learn to read.
I think it might depend on your definition of ‘self-taught’. My 4 year old DS can read, and he is not yet at school. He has been recognizing symbols and words since he was 18 months 2 years old. Teaching your child the alphabet will help her learn to recognize letters and sound them out so that they can later build them together to make words. Use tactile learning tools.
Buy a set of 3 in (7.6 cm) foam letters and/or blocks with letters of the alphabet to play with. As your child plays, tell them what each letter sounds like. Self teaching or self learning allows children to get at the books themselves without an interpreter, a teacher. The public school model of education assumes that a teacher is necessary to spoon-feed information into the heads of the students and then give tests and quizzes to.
In a rich environment full of words, people who read, being read to, having questions answered, words being fun, interesting and useful, children learn to.
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