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Lesson guide in teaching silent reading Factors to Consider in Teaching Short Stories/Novels

I. Objectives: _._._._._. Elements of the story:
II. Subject Matter: _______ and _______ A. Setting
III. Procedure: B. Point of view:
III.1 Motivation a. _____________ (__)
III.2 Unlocking Vocabulary Difficulty b. _____________ (___________ and
1. ______________________ (___________) ___________)
2. _________________ C. _____________
3. ______________ (column a and b) D. Character:
III.3 Give _____________ for Silent Reading a. ______________________________
1. _____________ b. ______________________________
2. _____________________________ c. ______________________________
3. _____________________________ d. ______________________________
4. _____________________________ e. ______________________________
III.4 Asking ________ Questions E. Characterization:
(Question given before the actual reading) a. ______________________________
(One question that is broad and covers the whole selection) b. ______________________________
Ex. What would the author/character do if he had only three F. Plot:
days to live? a. ________________
III.5 Silent Reading b. ________________
III.6 Comprehension Question c. ________________
1. ___________________ G. Conflict:
2. ___________________ a. ______________________________
3. ___________________ b. ______________________________
4. ___________________ c. ______________________________
III.7 Motivated Oral Reading d. ______________________________
(The answer will be directly from the book, asked by the e. ______________________________
____________) H. Techniques of Narration:
III.8 Dramatic Oral Reading a. ______________________
(__________ will play the lines of the characters.) b. ______________________
IV. Evaluation c. ______________________
V. Assignment d. ______________________________
I. ___________, Image, and Symbol