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Becoming a Word Sleuth
In this course the students will develop vocabulary skills, to understand and break down new words. The classes will focus on these topics: the process of syllabication, prefixes, suffixes, using context clues and inferencing.
This class is designed for students that are reading long vowel words within a passage without assistance. This class is aimed at developing your students vocabulary. The class will begin by using the process of syllabication to break down unknown multisyllabic words. There are 6 rules to syllabication. The students will also do word study in the area of morphology understanding the meaning of prefixes and suffixes. We will also focus on words with in a passage using both context clues and...
Students will use syllabication rules to decode multisyllabic unknow words. They will learn about prefixes and suffixes and how they affect the meaning of words. We also will use context clues and inferencing in small passages. Topic 1 Introduction and the rules of Syllabication 1 and 2 , Topic 2 Rules of syllabication 1-3 and study of prefixes Topic 3 Rules of syllabication 1-4 and study of prefixes ,Topic 4 Rules of Syllabication 1-4 and introduction to suffixes
I am a certified Reading specialist, elementary education and Special Education Teacher. Teaching children to love reading is what I love to do.
Students will be given a one page hand out before class on the rules of syllabication we are using. Students will need either a paper pencil or dry erase board and dry erase markers markers for every class
We will refer to the rules of syllabication
Meet the teacher
Hello and Welcome! I am a certified Reading Specialist, Special Education and Elementary teacher. I have been teaching around the world for 15+ years. I also happen to be a mother to four children. I want to make learning fun for your child and...
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