Rhythm is the flow in the learning process.
Getting started and persistence increases learning. Let me share a few proven methods that help the reading journey.
1) Flow for fascination: Just like other skills, reading too demands continuous practice and training. With no significant academic interruptions, learners’ basic reading skills are developed. Once this routine gets embedded, it can lead to branching novel ideas in the reading process. The continuity of any skill, especially reading, has the power to make the task easy and interesting.
Reading habits are directly proportional to vocabulary growth. Reading is mainly categorized into two types: Extensive and Intensive. Both of these types are helpful in developing and strengthening vocabulary skills. Extensive reading (e.g. reading magazines and blogs) is reading for enjoyment with no tight boundaries, and the latter type (e.g. comprehension passages) is based on specific course objectives and tasks. We can include both of the types in the vocabulary lesson plan for maximum benefit.
Let me pen down a few insights/ ideas, we can include in a lesson plan to meet the virtual lesson objectives.
Meeting the academic grade-level is quite difficult as the entire year has witnessed the loss of learning, as well as the "zeal and zest" of motivation. Problems are numerous: ranging from lack of internet and human connection, unavailability of resources and personalized teaching, to lack of guidance and collaboration.