Motivation for Literacy

Motivation for Literacy is highly important for literacy development because without motivation to read, then a child will not want to learn to read. Activities on this board are designed in order to encourage children to develop a love of books, reading, and writing. These activities are highly engaging for young students and they really highlight for students why reading and writing are valuable skills to learn.
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UNDERSTANDING: Reading Motivation: What the Research Says

Important factors for reading motivation include self-concept and value of reading, choice; time spent talking about books, and the use of incentives.

ASSESSMENT: Reading Chart to Track Progress: Promoting Growth Through On-going Assessment

Reading Chart to Track Progress: Promoting Growth Through On-going Assessment (Virtual Tour)

INSTRUCTION: Student Made Books: Promoting the Enjoyment of Writing

Creating a flip book by drawing different characters and writing adjectives to describe them is an engaging approach to learning about the parts of speech.

INSTRUCTION: Classroom Mailbox: Motivating Students to Write Letters to Friends

Classroom Mailbox: Motivating Students to Write Letters to Friends (Virtual Tour)

UNDERSTANDING: Simple Practices to Nurture the Motivation to Read

Simple Practices to Nurture the Motivation to Read

INSTRUCTION: Learning Letter Sounds with Starfall: Using the SMART Board to Develop Letter Sounds

By integrating technology and literacy, students gain access to literacy websites, like Starfall and develop their understanding of letter-sound corresponden.

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