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Ms. Kim, Kindergarten-2 Reading/Phonics/Tutoring
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(74)
Sale! See description for details. In Ms. Kim’s ongoing phonics club, students will learn about different multi-syllable words through fun and engaging ways such as using charts, graphic organizers, reading, writing and playing games.

Class experience

US Grade 1 - 2
Learners will learn what an open/closed syllable is.
Learners will be introduced to vowel markings (breve/macron).
Learners will learn different syllable patterns (VCCV, V/CV, VC/V).
Learners will learn syllables ending with le. 
Learners with learn that vowel y sound changes in two syllable words.
Learners will learn rules on how to divide syllables patterns. 
Learners will learn vowel team syllables.
Learners will learn about some prefix and suffixes. 
Learners will practice decoding, blend, write and read multi-syllable words.
I have a master's degree in education (M.S. Ed).
I've received state certifications in Early Childhood Education (Birth-2) and Students with Disabilities (Grades 1-6) 
Over 20 year's experience in elementary education especially learners from ages 5-8. 
I have a Classroom Educator Level Certificate in Orton Gillingham Reading Approach to help learners with dyslexia however it can benefit all learners. 
Homework Offered
***Practice the phonics strategy taught to become more fluent. (Optional) Students could complete the worksheets that I provide after the class is over. (Optional) Students are welcome to send pictures of their completed work.
Assessments Offered
Informal assessment
Grades Offered
Each week, I will upload an activity packet that goes along with the class.

All worksheets and supplies are optional however to maximize the learning environment the learner should have the following supplies:

Depending on the learner and their reading need:
-Paper, notebook, dry erase board
-Pencils, crayons/colored pencils/markers, dry erase board markers

***If you don’t have access to a printer: 
-Your learner can use their own notebook, loose paper, dry erase board with dry erase markers. 
-Use the annotation on Zoom. 

When we use a graphic organizer in class, I would suggest using sheet protectors because it would be easier for your learner to write and erase using dry eraser marker instead of having to print multiple copies of the graphic organizer or any worksheets. Permanent markers will not work well and will ruin your sheet protectors.  

In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
The lessons will be created on Google Jamboard or Google Slides in which I will share my screen with the students. 
The students won't need an account to engage in the lessons.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(74)
Hi Outschool Families, my name is Ms. Kim, and welcome to Ms. Kim's Learning Corner. 

Let me introduce my educational background, graduated with a master’s degree in education, received a Classroom Educator Level Certificate in Orton-Gillingham... 
Group Class


1x per week
30 min

Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-8
1-6 learners per class

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