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  1. “School Counseling, dealing with changing expectations of parents and students” By Vinayadhar Raju S.A (English) ZPHS Jangapally,Karimnagar TEA Fellow -2017
  2. According to “The American School Counsellors’ Association”: “A comprehensive school counselling program is developmental and systematic in nature, sequential, clearly defined, and accountable. It is jointly founded upon developmental psychology, educational philosophy, and counseling methodology (ASCA, 1994).
  3. Types of counselling needs 1. Academic success 2. Career and vocational guidance 3. Personal and Social development
  4. What I did………… Academic Problem Why some students in my class are not able read the text fluently? How to support struggling readers?
  5. Data Collection Student voice and Teachers voice
  6. Teacher’s voice Survey link 1. what do they think about this problem? 2. What are the pressing problems do they face while handling the struggling readers?
  7. Teachers’ voice 1. Students don't have reading material other than textbook to get exposed to reading. 2.They were not properly motivated. 3.Forty five minutes time is not sufficient to address the individual needs 4.Students don't know how to pronounce words. 5.Lack of exposure to reading material
  8. Continued…. 6. No purpose for reading 7.They are not being engaged meaningfully 9.Teacher is busy in completing syllabus 10. Lack of ample opportunities for reading 11. Text has too many unknown words. 12. Topic selected or chosen is unfamiliar to them
  9. Students questionnaire: 1. When do you learn better? 2. How do you learn better? 3. List two reasons for not able to read the text ? 4. What might be the main reason for not able to read the text on you own? 5. How can we overcome that problem?
  10. Student’s Voice 1.Our Teachers didn't encourage us to read. 2. Didn't study in English medium (most of them are from Telugu medium) 3. Didn't understand English. 4.I didn't try from my childhood. 5.I didn't try at my home. 6. I didn't read during leisure time or periods. 7. I didn't follow sir's instructions.
  11. Teacher and Academic Counselor Designing Activities for Struggling Readers
  12. Reading strategies…. 1.Peer Tutoring ❏ Pair work ❏ Helping each other ❏ Underline the words and prepare a list ❏ Reading together ❏ If not possible take the help of a teacher
  13. 2. Use of technology... ➔ Integrate technology ➔ Use stories with subtitles ➔ Ask them listen and read ➔ Listen and write ➔ Read and write ➔ Comprehensible input ➔ Meaning making ➔ BookBox Stories link
  14. 3.Story Books ❖ Use library books ❖ Indian stories ❖ Stories with pictures for comprehensible input ❖ Engage them by assigning tasks like picturising or drawings ❖ Creating posters
  15. Visualising and drawing
  16. 4. Running Dictation ★ Divide the students into two groups ★ Reading group-writing group ★ Pair them ★ ASk them to stand in different corners ★ Reader will read the text and runs to dictate
  17. 5. Learning is transferable ★ Child can transfer his learning to new situations ★ Uses his previous knowledge and skills in new situations ★ Audio files ★ Link 1 ★ Link 2 ★ Link 3 ★ E-Portfolio link
  18. Sharing results with the teachers ➔ No shortcut to language learning… it is a continuous process ➔ Reading is a complex involves continuous efforts from the teacher and students. ➔ We can’t visualize when and how child learners a language
  19. Continued... ➔ No one will give you a solution to your own classroom problem ➔ Try try try and find solution ➔ Sharing and networking leads to continuous professional development ➔ Don’t teach about the language teach the language
  20. Continued…. ➔ Teaching is a profession not a job ➔ Don’t provide information..Give them real use of language i.e Experience. ➔ Doing mistakes is also a kind of learning….Encourage them to do mistakes so that they can learn better..
  21. Career and vocational guidance: ❖ Created a FaceBook for Alumni of our school ❖ Started sharing opportunities after class 10 ❖ Provided career guidance ❖ Networking ❖ Link to our FB Page:
  22. Personal and Social development Conflict/Resolution: If you are having a hard time with something, are you comfortable with asking for help? Do you think it’s okay to ask for help if you don’t understand something? Why is it good to ask for help? When you are fighting or arguing with someone, what are 3 things you can do to take a break from the situation and try to resolve it later?
  23. Adaptability -Why is it important to be willing to change your way of doing things when you are in new or different situations?
  24. Cooperation How do you feel when you don’t get your way? Are you good at figuring out a way to compromise when situations or problems arise? Do you like finding a win-win solution or do you prefer to always be right? When is it difficult to work with others? When is it easy to work with others? What do you do when it’s difficult?