Getting to Know Your Short Vowel Sounds
Come learn the short vowel sounds a,e,i,o and u.
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Young learners will learn to recognize and pronounce isolated short vowel sounds a,e,i,o and u. We will play “knock, knock, who’s there” and “I spy” games to reinforce the learning experience. We will also sing the “Do you know these letter sounds” song, as well as working together by taking turns sorting the middle vowel sounds a,e,i,o and u with pictures to the correct vowel sound. The setting of my classroom is a child friendly environment where everyone has a voice and is respected. Each...
Language: Name of picture. Direct Aim: Identify the short vowel sound the word makes. Order, concentration, independence and self-esteem. Indirect Aim: Preparation for writing and reading. Oral awareness of short vowel sounds.
I’m passionate about teaching phonics. No Child left behind. And I say that because I was one of those kids that got left behind. I missed out in kindergarten and first grade important building blocks. That managed to affect my Life for a very long time. It wasn’t until I went to Montessori training school that I was able to pick up those building blocks that I had missed. And then I was able to pick up my life and Move on. You see I didn’t learn phonics as a child. I learned it as an adult. And if you don’t know phonics you can’t read, and you definitely can’t spell. Here I was working in the corporate world trying to manage reading and writing. I love teaching kid Phonics, reading and spelling. I’d love to see their faces light up when they realize they can do those things. And to be able to have the joy of reading something that I missed out as a child. When you miss out those basics every class is a challenge.
I will provide worksheets to practice what they have learned in class. This will help reinforce the learning experience. The more practice and repetition the more likely they will be to retain the information.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Linda MillsMy goal as a teacher is to activate the natural desire to learn.
118 total reviews
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I hold a Montessori 3-6 year olds credential and graduated from Montessori Teacher Education Center San Francisco CA. in 2011. This education has giving me a firm foundation on creating an environment that activates the child’s natural desire to...