This is a great way to introduce learners to climate change and to improve reading comprehension and discussion skills.
US Grade 1 - 4
Join me and learn about Climate Change while practicing reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Students will learn about Climate Change and environmental issues that affect our planet, Students will be encouraged to share their points of view, reading comprehension skills with writing links. Each child will receive differentiated homework and encouraged to do some further research which I will then grade / mark and send back. Lessons focus on a different aspect of Climate...
To be able to improve reading comprehension skills. To be able to answer retrieval style questions. To be able to answer inference questions. To be able to learn new vocabulary.
I am an experienced classroom primary / elementary school teacher and head of year. I have taught in London, North Africa and the Middle East and am now based in the U.S. With many years of experience and enjoy helping children progress in their academic journey. I pride myself on ensuring that the materials are educational and engaging and that children leave the lesson knowing more than they started. Progressing and moving forward with confidence. I have also completed many training courses to help children become better writers. I am looking forward to you joining me!
There is optional homework - children will be provided with some writing frames in the form of a worksheet where they can complete their follow up work and practice their vocabulary.
1 file available upon enrollmentWhite board and whiteboard pen Pen and paper Children will need to be able to use the Zoom annotation and text tools. A mini whiteboard and whiteboard pen or pencil and paper will be useful.
Children will be assessed as I would in the classroom. I will also be feeding back to parents.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
In order to access some of the resources you will need to have access to Youtube. You will not need to have a Youtube account and the links will be sent through the. Outschool platform. Children will need to be supervised when watching Youtube videos, YouTube’s Terms of Service You must be at least 13 years old to use the Service; however, children of all ages may use the Service and YouTube Kids (where available) if enabled by a parent or legal guardian.
Meet the teacher
My name is Mrs. Kaye. I am an experienced primary school teacher. I teach mainly 1:1 math, English (general) and reading. Please reach out for a time as sometimes these lessons do not show on the link below. A little about me, I started my...
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Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
1-8 learners per class