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Thursday's Schedule- Intermediate - Practice letter sounds - Practice Phonics - Explore vowel word families - Read sight words and Emergent Reader Books Each day students will spend time on specific word families commonly used phonetics, sight words, spelling and reading skills: 2/27 Alphabet Chant, Vowel Word Family 'at,' Phonics (at-bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, pat, rat, sat), Sight Words (they, where, one) Reading 'Zac the Rat,' Journal 3/6 -Alphabet Chant, Vowel Word Family 'en,' Phonics...
Here is the suggested daily homework to help strengthen reading skills: (With support) Please have your learner practice: 1. Telling you the name and sound of each letter. 2. Once they can do this successfully, randomize the order (on flashcards or an alphabet poster) and see if they can still tell you the letter name and sound. 3. If so, please move on to reviewing the sight words that are being introduced in class. If you're short on time, this is what your learner can do on their own: 1. Rewatch our video lessons that are posted in the classroom. 2. Watch a word show like Alphablocks on YouTube 3. Read the book of the week to someone (person, pet, toy) everyday, even if they're just memorizing in the beginning. That is actually a reading strategy too ;).
A sheet of paper or white erase board with a writing utensil is useful. Hand-outs will also be provided for extra practice.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Taren MangualK-12 Certified Teacher
54 total reviews
60 completed classes
Since the beginning of my graduate studies in Educational Theatre at New York University I've held a strong interest in exposing people to creative ways of learning and providing a platform for others to express themselves, exercise their own...