Strategies to improve literacy
Literacy refers to an act of progressively being a position to interpret spoken word and even the figures, it comprises of complex language. The dynamics of the concept literacy is both dynamic and complex in nature, more often, people believe that for one to be literate ,he or she needs to be influenced by a vigorous academic course, in the community the mode of learning and internalization of knowledge is generally determined by he best technique depending on the features of the learners,
Strategies to incorporate a balanced literacy in classrooms
A strategy refers to a techniques to be employed in a certain field to ensure its perfect and soft landing, here, in order to have a proper understanding of a concept in class, the target has to exercise the following:
Oral expression strategy
According to Snow, Burns, & Griffin, (2001).In classroom setting, the instructor has to take into considerations the ability of the learner competence to writing and reading skills, this will empower the student to fully develop the general oral expressions.in class, this will enhance numerical counting and the interpretations of the mathematical structure tables.
For the past years more children have faced many challenges and o they need a balanced literacy writing in variety of forms, a trainer must use different approaches that will help the students prepare for the future especially during the mathematics session. (Tompkins&Collom,2004).Researchers on the other hand have concluded that, teaching a child on how to read and write forms the best and effective foundation of learning.
In order to develop a very interactive and lively mathematics class with full participation of the learners, the trainer must apply the interactive theory whereby they are being guided in reading and writing strategies. Learners in this view they will be able to use both features and knowledge contained in the text as they proceed reading. (Sinclair, 2000).
In conclusion the integral approach of the literacy will ensure a good and Ideal learning development, the approach gives a satisfactions in mathematics classes which later leads to an increase in grade level