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Frozen: Guess the Covered Word
Come play Guess the Covered Word while reading Frozen: Ghost Hunt! This class is a reading strategy lesson, best suited for early readers, especially those who often say "I don't know" when coming to a tricky word!
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In this course, I will read the story, Frozen: Ghost Hunt (Step into Reading level 1). While I read aloud, children are encouraged to read along with me. Simultaneously, we will also play a game of Guess the Covered Word. In this game, select words in the book are covered with post-its and children guess what the words could be. I write down their guesses, and we discuss possible answers before revealing which word makes sense AND looks right! The game, Guess the Covered Word, teaches...
Students will learn how to figure out a tricky word based on the meaning of a story. Students will also be challenged to cross- check their guesses by looking at the letters as visual cues as well.
I've studied reading strategy lessons such as this one, in graduate school, and I've taught it in my classroom for over six years. Reading strategy lessons are a great way for children to learn and practice one specific strategy.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Nina FriedmanNYC Elementary & Special Ed Teacher / Literacy Specialist
205 total reviews
112 completed classes
Hi, everyone! I've worked as a New York City public school teacher in Manhattan for 6 years. My passion is working with kiddos, ages 5-9, to grow their literacy muscles. I also like to mix it up by teaching math camp! In my classes, I prefer for...