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1:1 Tutoring - Practice Reading and Phonics Skills Through Play Based Activities

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(6)
Completed by 10 learners
In this ongoing early reading skills class, the teacher will create tailored instruction to help learners practice reading skills through fun, play-based and interactive activities. #confidence
Teacher Lily (Mrs. Palmer)
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(176)
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US Grade Preschool - Kindergarten
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn to read by practicing their phonics and reading skills through interactive fun activities.  The students will practice letter identification (upper and lower case), letter sounds, vowels / consonants, CVC words, sight words, digraphs/ blends, R-controlled vowels, reading practice with teacher created simple words/phrases/sentences/passages, and reading comprehension.
Former Elementary teacher (Early Childhood to Grade 6; ESOL/ESL) for 6 years & currently Homeschooling my PreK/Kindergarten aged child.

My Qualifications and Certifications:
•	Master's degree in Elementary Education from Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana. I graduated with highest distinction and received a 2010 IACTE Future Educator’s Award.
•	I have a Bachelor’s Degree in French, which I studied alongside many other foreign languages. I received a Faculty Award 1997-1999.
•	New Hampshire Teaching License, Elementary Ed (K-6), Early Childhood (N-3), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL K-6th).
•	Texas Teaching License, Generalist Grades (Early Childhood-6th)
•	English as a Second Language Supplemental License, Grades (Early Childhood-6th)
•	Indiana Teaching License, Generalist Grades (K-6)
•	Experience with both 5th grade Self-Contained (5 Subject) and 5th grade Language Arts Block (Reading, Social Studies, & Writing); Self-Contained 2nd Grade Classroom (5 Subject); Self-Contained 1st Grade Classroom (5 Subject); Multi-Age Classroom (PK-1st, 2nd-3rd, 4th-5th setups); Tutoring ESOL & IEP Students; One on one & whole class instruction of K-6 international/refugee/ESOL children from diverse multicultural and limited English backgrounds; Instructional Training: Balanced Literacy, Thinking Maps, 6 Traits Writing Workshop, Inquiry Math, Problem Based Math, Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan, ESL training; Classroom Management Training: 7 Habits of Effective Leaders and 7 Habits of Happy Kids Leadership program, Love & Logic, CHAMPS, Second Step & PBIS Behavior Training; Additional School Roles: 5th Grade Science Lead Teacher, 5th Grade Social Studies/LA Lead Teacher, 5th Grade ESL Lead Teacher.  Experience teaching world languages to multi-age classrooms/ teaching farm and animal agriculture.
Recommended Supplies (Students may use these items for class)
Whiteboard & Dry Erase Markers (if possible)
Crayons/Marker/ Pencils & Paper

I will send a message prior to future classes if additional supplies are needed for a fun craft activity, but prefer to keep it simple to allow students an opportunity to work more independently and allow parents to use this 25 min class period as needed with only basic supervision needed on their part.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If student is new to Outschool/Zoom, please be in the room or available to help student with mute/unmute buttons if needed.  Otherwise minimal parental guidance should be needed.  

I may include occasional seated limited movement activity for learners who may need a movement break.  This is optional and learner can opt out of participating or I can skip movement activities if requested.
If your student loved a movement/transition song used during class, below is a list of educational creators the teacher incorporates (with permission) in various classes. 

Video Copyright Permissions:
1. The Learning Station;; Don Monopoli Productions;
2. Jack Hartmann's Hop 2 it Music;; 2022 Hop 2 It Music;

The teacher may use a story she wrote to support class lessons as an additional activity for students as needed. 
Examples of stories created by the teacher:
"Weather Adventure with Kirby, Herbie and Oreo" - written by Lily Palmer
"Adventures with Kirby, Herbie, and Oreo" - written by Lily Palmer

The teacher may use excerpts of story books and quick transition video clips (with author's/performer's/creator's permissions) to engage learners who prefer to observe and listen in this class. These will only be used as supporting materials to provide opportunities for social engagement and will not be used for long periods of the class. 

Meet the teacher

Teacher Lily (Mrs. Palmer)
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(176)
Welcome to my class!  My name Mrs. Palmer. I am so excited to be teaching on Outschool.  I love teaching and was a professional classroom teacher for 6+ years.  I love to help my students find their learning style and help give them the... 
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