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Club De Lectura Familiar

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Club De Lectura Familiar

El Programa de Aprendizaje de Inglés como Segundo Idioma de las Escuelas Públicas de Unión ha creado un Club de Lectura Familiar para ayudar a las familias hispanohablantes a desarrollar la comprensión de la lectura - y a disfrutar de la lectura.

El Club de Lectura Familiar espera mostrar a las familias cómo pueden llevar a cabo momentos de lectura en familia, utilizando modelos de lectura guiada similares a los modelos utilizados por los profesores en el aula. El club también espera involucrar a los estudiantes en la lectura para que puedan aprender el significado de las palabras a través del contexto y las pistas, mejorando así su comprensión lectora.

Amanda Peregrina, enlace bilingüe del distrito, que ha estado ayudando a las familias a mejorar las habilidades de lectura, dijo: "Otro propósito de este nuevo club es reforzar su propia primera lengua y ayudar a los estudiantes a construir y reforzar la comunicación con sus familias, su cultura, así como su primera lengua."

Peregrina ha estado trabajando con un grupo comunitario llamado "El Poder de las Familias", que es parte del Consejo Comunitario de la Ciudad. Prevé que los líderes del grupo o "promotores" en su momento guíen a pequeños grupos de familias sobre cómo crear y mantener sus propios clubes de lectura familiares.

"La idea es animar a las familias a formar parte del club, y no dejar que sus hijos lean por su cuenta, sin un propósito", dijo.

Family Reading Club

Union Public Schools’ English as a Second Language Learning Program has created a Family Reading Club to help Spanish-speaking families develop reading comprehension – and to enjoy reading.

Family Reading Club hopes to show families how they can conduct family-reading times, using guided reading models similar to models used by teachers in the classroom. The club also hopes to engage students in reading so they can learn meanings of words through context and clues, thus improving their reading comprehension.

District Bilingual Liaison Amanda Peregrina, who has been assisting families with improving reading skills, said, “Another purpose of this new club is to reinforce their own first language and help students build and reinforce communication with their families, their culture as well as their first language.”

Peregrina has been working with a community group called “El Poder de las Familias,” which means “The Power of the Families” through the Community City Council. She anticipates group leaders or “promoters” will eventually guide small groups of families on how to create and maintain their own family reading clubs.

“The idea is to encourage families to be part of the club, and not just let their children read on their own, without purpose,” she said.

Recursos de la Biblioteca

Enlaces a recursos de audio en línea que ayudarán a todos los usuarios que deseen mejorar sus habilidades de lectura, siguiendo las señales verbales: ritmo, tono, puntuación, etc.

Links to online audio resources that will help all users wanting to improve reading skills, by following verbal cues -  rhythm, tone, punctuation, etc.

 

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