Portal for the discovery
– Leonor Strike
Literature for children and youth:
- Raise awareness of the urgent need to promote reading among children and young people.
- Knowing the skills associated with the mediation of reading.
- Systematize the basics of Literature for Children
- Understanding the aesthetic elements of literature Children’s book.
- Extend the knowledge of authors and illustrators and abroad.
The works oscillate between exposure of the trainer and reflection with the
students from the knowledge acquired and contact with national and read and analyzed together foreign securities.
1. Literacy and dropout
1.1. Portuguese reality;
1.2. reading failure and abandonment;
1.3. the need to “read before reading”;
1.4. the National Reading Plan: camimhos for change.
2. Parents, teachers and librarians as reading mediators
2.1. literary skills (the book, language laboratory),
2.2. aesthetic skills (book, art laboratory),
2.3. psychological skills and other (the book, look at the world).
3. The animation of reading
3.1. reading for pleasure;
3.2. continuous animation;
3.3. the occasional animation.
4. The taste of refinement and aesthetic education
4.1. the literary text;
4.3. graphic design.
5. Book Review analysis tools for children and youth
5.2. adaptation / recreation;
5.3. the literary text and the iconic text – complementarities;
5.4. authors and illustrators of reference in the national and world stage.
How to encourage in children a love of reading
– José Manuel Cruchinho
The aim is, with this action, encourage the young students the pleasure of reading, demonstrating, on the participants, the existence of multiple strategies motivation for reading. For this, it will be inferred from the supreme importance of the role of parents and the school for the formation of readers. It will be alert to the role of public and school libraries in an effort to improve the rates of literacy and reading.
The trainer will set out practical methods to encourage reading among young people, through games and strategies for the development of orality in a creative way.
1. The love of reading:
1.1. The reading in the information society;
1.2. The reading process;
1.3. The development of the student as a reader.
2. How are born readers:
2.1. The role of school;
2.2. The role of the family.
3. Reading Pedagogy:
3.1. What works?
3.2. How to form readers;
3.3.1. Strategies for the family;
3.3.2. Strategies for preschool;
3.3.3. Strategies for the 1st and 2nd cycles;
3.3.4. Strategies for public and school libraries.
3.4. Program / plan the class to read.
3.5. Modify school for reading.
4. Activities for reading:
4.1. Improve the speed of reading;
4.2. For reading comprehension.
5. Games and strategies for the development of orality in a creative way.
5.1. Disclosure games and strategies (to complete stories, dramatic play, tells us about …; dialogue with exchange; cut !; etc ….)
6. Engagement strategies of young people in reading.
6.2. At school;
7. The school library:
7.1. Mission of the school library;
7.2. Funding, legislation and networks;
7.3. Goals of the school library.