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Beginning Reading Practice: Oral Blending and Sight Words Practice
In this 30 minute class we will practice reading, identifying, and writing 4 different sight words and practice orally bending words.
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I will introduce 4 sight words (I, see, a, the). They will hear the words read in a short story, then the learners will help find the sight words in the story. We will practice writing the words using a worksheet. After our sight word practice, we will practice oral blending CVC words. The oral blending activity does not require knowledge of letter names or sounds. I have been teaching these skills for over 15 years in multiple settings. I teach using multiple interactive strategies...
This class is taught in English.
Student will be more familiar with the 4 sight words we learn. The students will successfully orally blend CVC words.
My experience with students is focused in the kindergarten through 6th grade learning environment. I am known to find fun and crafty ways to teach topics. Topics that are better taught using a more direct approach, I try to let my fun personality shine through to make learning more fun. I have been making origami since i was a child. I have used that love of Art to incorporate Art into the classroom when the lesson allows.
No homework will be assigned.
Writing tool (crayon, pencil, marker, etc.) and paper or a white board to write on.
Students will be informally assessed during multiple different individual opportunities to respond. If Parents would like a more formal report of their child's progress, they may request a written progress report.
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Certified K-6 Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
22 total reviews
21 completed classes
Hi! My name is Tanya Cox. I teach primary and preschool reading, math and science classes. I have taught Kindergarten through Sixth grade for 15 years. More than 10 of my years in Brick and Mortar classrooms has been in Kindergarten. I have...