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Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa

College of Teacher Education

Jessa J. Caylas

SPED-3C

I. INTRODUCTION

Reading is a complex developmental challenge that we know

to be intertwined with many other developmental accomplishments:

attention, memory, language, and motivation, for example. Reading is

not only a cognitive psycholinguistic activity but also a social activity.

Being a good reader in means that a child has gained a functional

knowledge. That is why we should here to help them to be active in

reading, to help them to develop their thinking especially when theyre

in secondary year level.

As a future teacher I should have to experience to be effective

motivator to the emergent learners. My aim to this is to teach my

sibling to develop his skill in reading, in comprehensive and also

enhance his listening skills by his age, I want to motivate him how

reading is entertaining and helpful incomes in learning .

The name of my youngest sibling is Jay J. Caylas. He is

a Grade 7 student in Pulo National High School.


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II. THE TEACHER'S ACT


These are the problems that the children may encounter and the

possible solutions we can give to them.

A. Problems
Jay is moody and he gets bored in reading especially when

the material use is just a plain book like English Reading

Comprehension. Since he is now in Grade 7, he can read and

comprehend the story but the problem to him is he is easily get

bored in the text especially when it is a long story. As a future

teacher, I should have to make it work. Since he is my youngest

brother, I took it as advantage. I used what topic his interested.

III. CONCLUSIONS
Therefore I conclude that Jay must:
1. Emergent Learner enhance his short term attention span in

reading and comprehending skills.


2. To be more focus on what he is reading.
3. And the teacher should guide him on what he is

comprehending in the story to know if he learned or he

understand it.

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS
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1. As her eldest sister I should monitor his reading skills in

every week.
2. Prefer on what he is interested topic to motivate him to read.
3. Expose to the different learning activities related in reading

and comprehending.
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College of Teacher Education

LESSON SHARED:

Day 1.

Shared a story of what he was already know.

Objectives:

I. To be able comprehend the story that he was already know.

Activities:
a. In order the child comprehend the topic, he will discuss it to his
teacher but at least with the conclusion of it.

b. He will write the conclusion of what the story.

In this first day, I was explained what the whole session will happens. He
will read what I gave him a story, and then he will comprehend it to me
what he understand. It is not really hard to teach him because I know what
strategies I will used.

LESSON SHARED:

Day 2. 10 am session.

Make his own short story.

Objectives:

I. To be able to write his own short story.

Activities:
a. In order the child to construct of what in his interested topic or story.
By making him his own short story.

Day 2. 12pm session.

continuation of what he did in first session.

Objectives:
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I. To be able share what is all about of the story he make it.

Activities:
a. In order the child learn how to comprehend he will share it the story
he did. By reading it loud.

Day 2. 3pm session.

He doesnt know how to stop reading when comma and period comes.

Objectives:

I. To be able to learn how to stop reading when comma and period


comes.

Activites:

a. Prepare a short story.

b. The child read it before you will correct him.

c. In order to read the whole paragraph correctly, the teacher must


read it first.
In the second day, it was all about activities. He will make an short story
according of what he wants or interest and then he will read it. He has a
difficulty in when to stop in reading when in comes comma and period.

LESSON SHARED:

Day 3. 10am session

Read the story of The Cat That Walked by Himself By Rudyard Kipling

Objectives:

I. To be able to read the story with comprehension.

Activities:
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a. Prepare for short story of The Cat That Walked by Himself By


Rudyard Kipling
b. In order to know if the child understands the story, the teacher will
ask a question related to the story and the schild by retell of it.

Day 3. 12pm session

Another story to read which is The Lottery Ticket by Anton P. Chekhov

Objectives:

I. To be able to read the story with comprehension.

Activities:
a. Prepare for short story of The Lottery Ticket by Anton P.
Chekhov.

b. In order to know if the child understands the story, the teacher will
ask a question related to the story and the child will retell of it.

Day 3. 3pm session.

a. He was being tired of reading, so I prepare for him to retell once


again the 2 short stories of Rudyard Kipling and Anton P.
Chekhov.

Objectives:

I. To be able to recall or retell the two short stories by

Activities:
a. Prepare for two short stories of The Cat That Walked by Himself
By Rudyard Kipling and The Lottery Ticket by Anton P.
Chekhov.
b. In order to know if the child was really reading and understand your
short story let them recall of it, without any copies. Let them
comprehend of it the whole story of both short story.
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In the third meeting, I prepared two short stories for him, to see if still have
a problem in reading especially when to stop in reading when its have a
comma or period. I also measured his patient in reading. In all session Jay
was cooperated.

LESSON SHARED:

Day 4. 10am session

Slow reader

Objectives:

I. To be able to learn how to read faster.

II. To be able tom read with time lmits.

Activities:
a. In order the child learn how to read fast, give him a time for every
words sentences and paragraphs he may read.

Rubrics:
- 15 words per 60 seconds
- 5 sentences per 60 seconds
- 1 paragraph consisting of 5 sentences per 60 seconds.

b. Jay got:

- 8 words per 60 seconds


- 2 sentences per 60 seconds.
- Half of paragraph consisting of 2 sentences per 60 seconds.

Day 4. 3pm session

Another trial
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Objectives:

I. To be able to learn how to read faster.

II. To be able to read with time limits.

Activities:
a. In order the child learn how to read faster than in the first session,
give time for every words, sentences and paragraphs he may read.

Rubrics.
- 15 words per 60 seconds
- 5 sentences per 60 seconds
- 1 paragraph consisting of 5 sentences per 60 seconds.

b. For another trial of Jay, he got a:

- 12 words per 60 seconds


- 3 sentences per 60 seconds.
- 1 of paragraph consisting of 2 sentences per 60 seconds.

In the fourth meeting with Jay, we measured how fast he read by giving

him a time limits. In the first trial, you saw that he is a slow reader. So I

decided to come again another trial if it has a have or improvement. And

for the another trial, he improves in reading.

LESSON SHARED:

Day 5. 10 am session

Read again a story.

Objectives:

I. To be able to read a story without the time limit.


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Activities:
a. Prepare for a short story A Mystery of Heroism By Stephen
Crane
b. In order the child will make read until he finished but this time he will
record the time he reached the end of the story.

Day 5. 3 pm session

Reading with the time limits.

Objectives:

I. To be able to read a short story with time limits.

Activities :

a. Prepare a short story of A Mystery of Heroine By Stephen Crane.


b. In order the child know if he is faster now to read, he will read the
story in just 1 minute. When the time is over, the words counts until
to what extent finish.

In the fifth meeting, I used a short story to distinguish how fast he can read
now. In 1 mins., he got a 102 words half a story.

LESSON SHARED:

Day 6. 10 am and 3pm

Reading all over.

Objectives:

I. To be able to read all over a short story with time limits.

Activities:
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a. Prepare for a 3 stories of The Cat That Walked by Himself By


Rudyard Kipling, The Lottery Ticket by Anton P and A Mystery
of Heroine By Stephen Crane.
b. In order to know if it has a improvement on his reading we compile
the 3 stories to compare how fast can read now with the
comprehension of this stories. He has a 1 minute to read it.

- The Cat That Walked by Himself By Rudyard Kipling


162 words per 1 minute.

The Lottery Ticket by Anton P and A Mystery of Heroine


142words per 1 minute.

A Mystery of Heroine By Stephen Crane.

180 words per 1 minute.

In the last meeting, we know that Jay has improving in reading and also
he can comprehend it. As a future teacher, it is a privilege that our student
develop their skills especially in reading, theyre are called emergent
learner that we need to guide and help them to improve.

And as his elder sister, I want to motivate him that a reading is a very
important part in learning. Youll learned a lot when you read.

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JESSA J. CAYLAS
Block 25 Lot 17 Birmingham Village Brgy Pulo,
Cabuyao Laguna
Contact No.: 09161069347
Email: Caylasj@yahoo.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION:
Date of Birth : December 15, 1997
Place of Birth : Caloocan City
Age : 18 years old
Height : 150 cm.
Weight : 46kg
Gender : Female
Civil Status : Single
Language and Dialects : Filipino and English
Fathers Name : Jaime E. Caylas
Occupatio : Engineer
Mothers Name : Estelita J. Caylas
Occupation : Housewife
Their Address : Block 25 Lot 17 Birmingham Village Brgy
Pulo, Cabuyao Laguna

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Tertiary : Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa
: 2013- Present
Secondary : Muntinlupa Business High School-Sucat Annex
Year Graduated : 2009-2013
Primary : Sucat Elementary School
Year Graduated : 2003-2009

SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANT RECEIVED
Muntinlupa Scholarship Program