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FLEX Reading Comprehension UNIT 1 (3rd Grade Reading Level) for Ages 7-10

In this Unit 1 FLEX Class, students will learn and apply strategies to help them acquire and improve: understanding words, finding information and identifying the main idea. Third grade reading level. NO LIVE MEETINGS.
Katie B., M.S.
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
The goals of this class are:
- to help students become more aware of reading in context in order to help them remember the meanings of the words they read and how to find information to answer questions about what is read
- to learn strategies to help students accurately find and comprehend information when reading passages and also apply these strategies to remember information related to life skills
- to learn to identify the main idea of text and increase comprehension of the text
For more than three decades, I have successfully helped hundreds of children and teens from 2 years old to 19 in public school, private school, homeschool and wellness center settings improve their speech, language, auditory, phonics, reading and brain fitness skills and much more. I have a M.S. degree in speech-language pathology and earned a Master's level teaching certification. I am also an Interactive Metronome (IM) Certified Provider. IM is a computer based brain fitness training program. I meet my students where they are at their level. As I teach, I adjust to help reluctant learners as well as others who may need or want more challenge. I have decades of experience teaching each of these types of learners within the same class. I try to make my classes engaging and fun. I have a wide range of experience that includes teaching those on the autism spectrum, learning disabled students, add/adhd and many more areas of concern, as well as, experience teaching regular and gifted learners. I have found that patient encouragement in a structured and energetic yet relaxed classroom environment helps learners brains focus to receive information better and helps them become detail oriented.
Learners will need to download and print out weekly provided texts and worksheets from the classroom. They will also need a pencil or erasable pen to complete the worksheets. In week 2 part of the lesson will involve comprehending written directions to complete a project. The supplies needed will be: a large sheet of construction paper or newspaper, scissors, paint and small paint brush (or markers/crayons), stapler and staples (or sticky tape), decorations (for example: strips of colored paper, glitter, sequins, etc), ribbon or thin elastic.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Teacher feedback will be provided to students who submit the "On Your Own" activity and life skill application in each section. Teacher feedback will also be provided for submissions of the assessment in Week 4.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental involvement is encouraged for any activity in the lesson that involves cooking, internet use, scissors, small pieces that might be put in mouth, stapler, string, stickers, etc.


Katie B., M.S.
Lives in the United States
Teacher, Speech-Language Pathologist, Brain Fitness Instructor and English as a Second Language Teacher with 32+ years of private, public, homeshool and online teaching experience
56 total reviews
126 completed classes

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