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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education

Regional Office V

Division of Albay

G N P K I I O B N N A L L A G V

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Municipality of Daraga Daraga South District SAN RAMONELEMENTARY SCHOOL

School Reading Program

MAOGMANG MAGBASA, PARNA UMINTRA KA, MAKAUKUD KA PA!

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Daraga South District

SAN RAMON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

San Ramon, Daraga, Albay

G N P K I O I A N B N L G , L A

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

A PROJECT PROPOSAL IN READING PROGRAM

Prepared by:

VERONICA B. LLANDELAR

School Reading Coordinator

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Daraga South District

SAN RAMONELEMENTARY SCHOOL

San Ramon, Daraga, Albay

G N P K I O A I N B N L G , L A

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

A PROJECT PROPOSAL IN READING PROGRAM

  • I. Project Information

  • a. Title: “Learn to Read, Read to Learn Program”

  • b. Proponent School :

San Ramon Elementary School San Ramon, Daraga, Albay

  • c. Duration of the Project:

Year Round

  • d. Project Area:

Reading Area

  • e. Project Beneficiaries:

San Ramon Elementary School Pupils

  • f. Total Project Cost:

Php. 10,000

II. Project Proposal Outline

1.Rationale

Many Researches andactual class observations showed that the reading ability of pupils is one of the factors affecting academic performance of the school children. Pupils who can read have the advantage compared to those who cannot. Readers find it easy to understand and follow directions correctly. They showed enjoyment and interest in every curricularactivity given by the teacher. These are the basis of the school to

launch a program that will somehow address the needs of every non-readers and slow readers in the school.This will also help the school in developing love for reading and study habit which is considered as one of the innovations of the school to attain a better learning outcome which will then result toward producing a highly productive and values-oriented citizen of the community anchored to the DepEd Policies and Programs.

2.Project Objectives and Expected Results

With this aim, San Ramon Elementary School, launched a reading program entitled “Learn to Read, Read to Learn” with the theme: ” Maogmang Magbasa, Parna Umintra Ka, Makaukud ka pa”. This caters not only the non-readers and slow readers but all pupils in the school in order to develop love for reading and make learning an enjoyable experience for them.However,due to lack of resources the school was not able to provide all the reading materials needed to fully implement the program. Our school has already conducted series of reading assessments both in Filipino and English.The data shows that 41.98 % of the pupils fall under frustration level and 27.99% as instructional readers. The result itself speaks of the need to make reading performance a priority program of the school.Part of the program is to require all teachers to conduct Reading Interventions as part of their supervised study giving importance to those who fell under non-readers and Frustration level. Fast Readers and good readers will serve as leaders during their peer

reading activity. Project PAIR or Parent-Adviser Intensive Reading and Project DEAR or Drop Everything and Read must be practiced and strengthened. The “ NOONTIME READING “is an existing program in our school. On certain occasions some parents are helping and acted as tutors to pupils and so with the fast learners to their peers. Unfortunately, some of our reading beneficiaries show lack of interest in these activities. Therefore, the intensity of implementation or maybe the strategy is not working so well. On the other hand, lack of motivation from the parents could also be a contributing factor. Going alongside with this is the lack of time and follow-up of the parents which may be due to economic concerns. On the issue of lack of motivation, the absence of a library or simply a reading area may contribute to the problem. This is primarily the reason in proposing an intensive reading program to effectively improve the reading skills of the learnersin San Ramon Elementary School. Our school therefore is taking steps to avail of the support from local NGO’s , philanthropists and other foundation like the EDUCO.

Specifically, it has the following objective:

  • a. Increase independent readers

  • b. Decrease the number of non-readers as well as pupils under frustration level

  • c. Provide reading materials suited to their level

  • d. Develop love for reading and study habit e.Improve better learning outcome

3. Description of Project/Activities

Reading Remediation

This is a reading tutorial to pupils at the intermediate grades who are still at the Non Reader (NR)

Level. The pupil’s adviser and the School Reading Coordinator attend to pupils alternately. It is a daily reading

activity for the pupil that runs for 30-45 minutes. The primary goal here is to make the pupils learn to read or sound out words through learning the alphabet and the sounds that letters make.

Guided Reading

This is a reading session for pupils in the instructional level from grades 2-6. This activity will be supervised by the class advisers that will run for 30 minutes daily during lunch break. This will be the specific activity under the program “ NOONTIME READING .” Placing learners in small groups of four to five ,the pupils will be given opportunity to work in small groups as they practice reading, listen to others and reflect on their own understanding of the material being read.

Story Read-A-Loud

This reading activity is for the pupils under Frustration Level that runs for 30-45 minutes before closing time in the afternoon. The class advisers supervise while a member of the SPG (Supreme Pupil Government), a classmate (who is under Independent Level for grades 4-6), or a parent volunteer reads a story read aloud. It is

believed that exposing the child to stories read-aloud brings an amount of positive motivation to read and helps in developing comprehension.

Project READ, EMPOWER and LEAD (REAL)

This reading activity works under the project DEAR. This is designed for pupils under Independent Level. The activity runs for 35 minutes. The pupils being independent readers, can already process the reading material alone. They will be asked to read a book on a text then writes something about what they understood may it be

a reaction, a main idea, a discussion of the title or the like. Then at a scheduled time they share their output with the teacher.

Project PAIR (Parent-Adviser Intensive Reading)

This activity will be done per class inviting parents to read stories to children.

Specific Activities

Activity

Description

Target Months

Reading Program Planning Workshop

Parents, School Head, Teachers, and barangay officials will be gathered to discuss with them the proposed reading program .They will be involved in the process of conceptualizing the implementation plan.

June,2017

Training on Teaching Reading

A school-based training on Teaching Reading will be held among the teachers in the school to provide them with skills and knowledge on the teaching of beginning reading skills.

June , 2017

 

The SPG (Supreme Pupil Gov’t)

 

and some key pupils will be

August, 2017

Orientation on the Different Reading Activities

oriented about their expected task during the implementation of the reading program. On separate venue and schedule, some key parents will also be oriented on the same purpose.

Library Facility Enhancement

With the help of the parents and other stakeholders school funds the school reading area/library will be repaired and/or enhanced. This includes repair of the windows, repainting and furnishing of walls. Purchase of tables and chairs is also included in this activity.

AugustSeptember, 2017

Reading Sessions in the National Language

This is a month-long celebration of the “ Buwan ng Wika” wherein different reading-related activities are being done on a schedule.

August ,2017

Monitoring and Coaching Sessions

Aside from the monthly monitoring done by the school head with the team, monitoring and coaching sessions will also be done by the PSDS with the team. This is to determine the extent of implementation of the reading program as well as provide additional input to the teachers.

November, 2017

Reading Sessions/ School Reading Festivals

This is a month-long activity along with the celebration of the National Reading Month. This will include creative reading activities such as literary contests,quiz bees, book exhibits, and others.

November 2017

Initial Assessment

The teacher in-charge of the reading activities will give an update of the status of their reading sessions and provide the initial result as part of the assessment.

November-December 2017

Reading Sessions Enhancement

The key people in the reading activities apply necessary strategy as answer to the result of the initial assessment.

January-March 2018

Final Assessment and Feedback Conference to the Parents/Community

This is a one day activity to evaluate the reading program and to record all the lessons learned and recommendations to further improve the reading program implementation.

March 2018

4.Implementation Plan and Time-frame

Activity Objectives

Activities

Time Frame

Persons

Resources

Expected

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  • 5. Project Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring

The monitoring of the activity will be conducted once a month. It will be on the first Friday of every month. The monitoring team will be on the composed of the Principal and/or the School Reading Coordinator, a member of the GPTA Board and/or the SGC. This is to ensure that the reading sessions or activities are conducted properly and as scheduled as well as the recording of documents is done religiously.

Evaluation

An evaluation report will be prepared by the school reading coordinator indicating the reduction of non- readers or frustration readers (if there is) and other results of the reading program. This will be reported to the GPTA on the last quarter general assembly.

  • 6. Sustainability Plan

  • 1. The school’s administration and staff will help together to make the reading center comfortable, attractive

and conducive for learning.

3.

Various reading strategies and instructional materials will be used by the teachers’.

  • 4. The school maintains low percentage of non- readers among pupils.

  • 5. Orient the pupils the proper ways of using and taking care low reading facilities in the reading center.

III. Budgetary Requirement

a. Budget Summary

Items/Projects

Proponent’s

Educo

Other Sources

 

Counterpart

LGU

Other

Total

NGO

Reference Materials

 

PHP 10,000.00

 

5,000.00

PHP 15,000.00

Enhancement of Reading Facility

         

Materials Labor ( Bayanihan )

PHP 20,500.00

20,000.00

Support to Reading Activities

PHP 10,00.00

     

PHP 10,000.00

Total

30,000.00

PHP 10,000.00

 

5,000.00

PHP 45,000.00

           

Prepared by:

VERONICA B. LLANDELAR School Reading Coordinator

Noted by:

AMELIA M.CORDERO School Head

Checked and Reviewed:

BLANCA B.LORETE District Reading Coordinator

AILEEN P. MANZANILLA Public Schools District Supervisor