Reading Comprehension Essay

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“In their edited Handbook of Motivation at School, Wentzel and Wigfield state that motivation is the energy that students bring to tasks and beliefs, values and goals that determine which tasks they pursue and their persistence in achieving them, and the standards they set to determine when a task has been accomplished” (Hinchman 25). It is important as an educator to motivate struggling readers and ELL’s in to engage in the classroom. In order to help struggling readers and ELL students bridge the connection to comprehension in reading, teachers should use textual lineage and personal relevance’s. Motivating struggling reader’s and ELL’s to engage in reading and comprehend exactly what they are reading, will help them to become better in all …show more content…
Reading comprehension and actively reading is part of our everyday life. In any type of higher education, students are going to need to understand what is being expected of them through reading material about and for the classes. In the work environment being able to understand instruction and how to work computers and things that require reading are needed to do daily tasks. Reading comprehension will become a benefiting skill that can be used throughout life in various ways. Motivating students to engage in active reading will make a tremendous impact on student’s goals in life.

As a teacher, I plan to use the pedagogical practices of perennialism and existentialism in the classroom to help students to be analyze philosophical issues while using “their own image[s]” and ideals on the topic (Schunk). Using strategies and activities like dialogic interaction, giving students a choice to be able to converse with peers, probing and asking questions like “why” and “how” in order to comprehend. The use of multimodalities will also help as an educator to come up with different ways to teach students in the classroom, and engage in

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