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All About Syllable Types

In this class, we will learn ALL about how to divide words into parts to make it easier to read, what are syllables and why we need them, and the Syllable Types to make it easy to spot the patterns!
Level Up Literacy Lab by Alix Castellanos Rowe
137 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 4 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
55 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

How does a "One-Time" class work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers

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Class Experience

I can explain what a syllable is. 
I can explain why syllables are important/exist. 
I can identify how many syllables are in a word. 
I can break longer words up into smaller parts/syllables. 
I can decode longer words more easily!
All teachers have been trained in research-based approaches to literacy instruction that follow an Orton-Gillingham style.  
No homework, But!
Before class: 
-We will send a 1-page note sheet, that you can print out (optional, but helpful), or you can bring a piece of paper to class! 

After Class: 
-We will send you a poster to print out with all of the Syllable Types and reminder of what is a syllable to post at home in your work area as a reminder for students (and also for parents) and a game you can print out and play at home with the family to practice! 
We will send a 1-page note sheet, that you can print out (optional, but helpful), or you can bring a piece of paper to class. Don't forget something to write with!
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using either the game site GIMKIT or the game site BLOOKET.  

Depending on the technology ability of the students in the class, the teacher may only share the screen and all students will play along with the teacher on the sharedscreen , or for students who are able to they will follow a direct link to a private game for the students in the class.  Students do not need to have or create an account and will only be asked to put in a player name.  They can use their first name or any code name they would like for the game. All games are private and closed to only those who have the specific link. They are also timed and close after the alloted game time has passed.  

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Level Up Literacy Lab by Alix Castellanos Rowe
Lives in the United States
“The whole world opened up to me when I learned to read” – Mary McLeod Bethune
137 total reviews
197 completed classes

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