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REORGANISATION

REORGANISATION
• Reorganisation is the reading skill of reconstructing two or more
pieces of information contained in the text to form a complete
idea.

• It may involve summarising a story or article or visualising the


content.

• This process happens at a conceptual level whereby the reader


integrates the new knowledge with the old knowledge. In other
words the reader creates new meanings and these meanings are
reorganised and restored into long-term memory.
EXAMPLE
A writer could have written:
• Millie always went to the bank on Wednesdays and now it was
Friday and Angie still hadn't seen her. In this way the reader
passively receives information about what day it is. (Friday)

Alternatively it could have been:


• Wednesday was the day Millie always went to the bank. But that
was two days ago and Angie still hadn't seen her
• Example :
We might read at the beginning of a text that a woman
named Maria Kim was born in 1945 and then later at the
end of text that She died in 1990.
The first paragraph mention the sister. The third
mention about the brothers.

Q : How old was Maria Kim when she died?, the student has
to put together two pieces of information that are from different parts
of the text.
Q : How many children had Rahman ?
DSKP YEAR 6

3.2.1 Reading Learning Standard

Able to transfer information to complete :


i) linear texts
ii) non linear texts
With very limited level of accuracy
LINEAR TEXT NON-LINEAR TEXT

It focuses on the arrangement


of the words, both The readers do not have to go
grammatically and stylistically. through the text in a sequential
Generally, texts printed manner in order to make sense
on paper are considered as of the text. “Non-Linear text
linear texts. Most people consider texts
Novels, poems, with visuals or graphs along
short stories, letters, with it as examples for nonlinear
educational texts, all those texts. Example, Charts or
texts we read from the Graphs.
beginning to the end,
are linear texts.
INSTRUCTION ACTIVITY YEAR 6
TALK ABOUT THE TOPIC (KNOWLEDGE)

ASK THE STUDENTS THE QUESTIONS THAT RELATED TO THE TOPIC


What is habit?
What do you understand by bad habit?
Do you have bad habits?

LET THEM LIST THE HABITS

TELL THEM THE ACTIVITY THEY ARE GOING TO HAVE

LET THEM READ THE QUESTION FIRST AND UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION FIRST

LET THEM WATCH THE VIDEO (BAD HABITS) ONLY FOR INTODUCTION
THEN GIVE THEM TIME TO READ THE PASSAGE, LET THEM ANSWER THE QUESTION

THIRD TIME IS TO LET THEM CHECK THEIR ANSWER

LAST, ASK THEM SEVERAL QUESTION

Ask the students to visualise the important scenes in the story.


Ask the students to describe the scenes and to retell the story.
Retell the story from the main character's (or another character's) perspective.
Have the child say what he/she would have done in the same situation.
Have the child form an opinion about the actions of the characters.
Ask, "What do you think is a moral for the story?"
What are the lessions that can be learned from the story?"
Ask, "Why do you think that ..... did.......?"
Ask the reader to make up a question about the story.
Ask, "Have you ever been in a similar situation?"

TEACHER WILL SHOW HOW TO COLLECT THE INFORMATION FROM THE PASSAGE
What is the bad habit that you can see in the video?
What is the way to cut out the bad habits?
Why the father came to see the master?
What are the lessons that can be learned from the story?