Ongoing Building Reading Independence in Young Learners
This class will give your child the skills they need to sit and read a book independently for an extended period of time.
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Twice per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this class learners will be encouraged to enjoy reading independently. Sometimes young children can approach reading independently with reluctance. They enjoy when others read stories to them but they become overwhelmed reading books by themselves. In this class young children will learn strategies they need to sit and read a book independently for an extended period of time. Learners are encouraged to bring 3-5 books with them to class each week to share with their friends. Young learners...
Students will improve their ability to sit sit in one spot and read the whole time by learning strategies to increase their reading stamina and practicing these strategies.
I have a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. I am certified to teach in grades k-6. I am also Reading Endorsed and ESOL (English as a second language) Endorsed. This is my 8th year of teaching. I have taught first, second, and fifth grade.
Learners are encouraged to continue to practice reading independently throughout the week. A worksheet will be provided to help students track their reading stamina at home.
2 files available upon enrollmentYour child will need: -3-5 books that are interesting to your child and preferable on their reading level -paper -crayons -pencil -5,10, and/or 20 minute sand timer (optional) this is not needed for class but will be beneficial for your child when they practice building their stamina at home. Many children are even using "Alexa" as their reading stamina timer now. I like students to have a timer in front of them so that, they can see how much time they've been working. What if we don't have books at home? -You can check books out at your local library -You can create an account on EPIC (free for 30 days) and your child can find numerous books on their reading level and interest. https://www.getepic.com/ -
The teacher will make observations about each students independent reading skills and provide feedback to the student and parent.
50 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
To build reading stamina students must not have any "external factors" influencing their ability to sit and read a book. This means that parents can not intervene if a student is not reading their book while they build their stamina. If a parent or teacher encourages or gives them any external reward while they build their stamina then they will not be building the skills needed to actually read independently. I will be observing each student as they read and providing feedback for them reflect about and work on when we build our stamina again.
"The Daily 5: Fostering Literacy in the Elementary Grades" If you would like more information on Daily 5 strategies visit the website here: https://www.thedailycafe.com/daily-5
Jesi LuxonEmpowering independent learners at a young age.
59 total reviews
64 completed classes
💰Discounts 💰 $10 off FLEX Reading Class with code: LUXON1M1VR10 😀Who am I?😀 My name is Jesi. I go by Mrs. Jesi in my classes. Since COVID I've become a teacher author who creates digital resources for primary teachers. I'm always learning and...