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  • Jessica McCarson commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    1) After reading Goodman’s interpretation on the process of reading, my pedagogy has definitely changed. As we previously talked about in class, I thought of reading as having to do with phonics, decoding words, and comprehension. I always thought of reading as a process. However, I never thought of it as a transaction. “Meaning is […]

  • Samantha Greco commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Question #1: After Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading, my approach to the pedagogy of teaching definitely has changed. In his article he states “meaning is in the reader and the writer, not in the text . . . Effective reading is making sense of print, not accurate word identification.” The second part of […]

  • Question 1 My pedagogy has become stronger in what I believe to be true. Goodman states: “Meaning is in the reader and the writer, not in the text.” Students are not blank slates when they walk into our classrooms. They come to us full of experiences. Some of the experiences that they have had are […]

  • Meredith Kelleher commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    After Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading, my thoughts of reading have grown and changed greatly. Reading is not a simple process of decoding words and then comprehending the text. Goodman refers to reading as, “a unity” between reading, writing and written texts. Reading is a transactional sociopsycholinguistic process. “I came to…

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  • Colleen Ferry commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    1. My approach to reading has changed in that I feel I have a deeper understanding of all of the transactions that take place when a student is learning to read. Goodman describes comprehension as how the reader constructs meaning from the text. When the writer constructs the text, they may have a different meaning […]

  • Despina Galatoulas commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Questions #1 After Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading, my approach to pedagogy has changed. In fact, I learned a great deal about what reading really is. It is interesting how a simple question such as “What reading is” was hard for elementary school teachers to define. After our in class discussion, I realized […]

  • Massiel Marte commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    1. After reading, Goodman’s article about the process of reading, my pedagogy has changed. Reading seems to be a simple process of decoding words and making meaning of the text, but there is more to it. Reading is a complex process in which children must learn to comprehend, make connections, infer etc. Goodman mentions the […]

  • Dina Karivalis commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Response to Assignment 1: 1) While I was not present in class for the running record video, I can still supply some thoughts on the “What is Reading” article as well as my opinion the interesting discussion we had in class where everyone discussed their personal views on reading. I feel that it is hard […]

  • Jessica Kilcommons commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    # 1 After reading Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading my approach to pedagogy has changed. I was very confused when we discussed what it meant to read in class. I thought reading was just being able to read the words on a paper. As children when we first learn how to read we […]

  • Meghan Pate commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Question #1 After reading Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading my approach to pedagogy has changed. What I have learned from Goodman is that while reading there is a “transaction between the reader and the writer.” The writer has put the words together to create the text. They have given the text meaning. However, […]

  • Danielle Bianchi commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Question #1 After reading Goodman’s demystification of the process of reading my approach to teaching children to how read has changed. I’ve learned that the process of reading is much more then just decoding words and comprehension. How well a child reads does require the child to be able to decode and comprehend well but […]

  • Shadean Brown commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    My approach to the process of reading has changed after reading Goodman’s articles. I know that reading is a process where readers have to be able to decode words and comprehend what is being said in the text. However reading is more than that and there is a lot going on while reading. While reading […]

  • I am sad to say, that i am not too familiar with Bob Marley nor with his songs, except for a few. But the good thing is, that i can change this. From reading this essay of yours, Jessica, i feel inspired to listen to his songs more. I agree with one of the many […]

  • Jamie, this is an A ++ paper in my honest opinion. And here are the reasons why. First of all, you are a fantastic as well as talented writer, alongside creative and bright. The photographs and links that you have provided adds so much to your paper. I can tell you put a lot of […]

  • Tami Redler commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Assignment #2 1) After reading Goodman’s article, my approach to pedagogy did change. All the components of reading that we discussed in the previous class were included in my own list of the reading process. But, after reading this article, I realize that it is so much more than what we had discussed. It was […]

  • Anda Pielaru commented on the blog post Song analysis 9 years, 5 months ago

    I think that this song/hit was a really great choice to do your musical analysis paper on. It is such a nice and melodic song musically, and includes beautiful vocals from the group members. This song itself, I strongly feel, was the one that made the Black Eyed Peas a household name. It is indeed […]

  • Christine Bulger commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Question #2 Perception is how you view something and how you make sense of it. Different people perceive different things about the same situation. I think that this perception relates to our students because depending on a certain situation, some teachers may be quick to decide that a child isn’t doing his/her work because they […]

  • Christine Bulger commented on the blog post #2 9 years, 5 months ago

    Before reading Goodman’s articles and having our class discussions, I used to think reading was as simple as reading the words on the page. Now I understand that reading involves way more than just identifying. The article states that ” If we are to understand written language we must integrate knowledge from many disciplines’. Goodman […]

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