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Prek/Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Class Using Famous Folktales:Taught By A Licensed Teacher
We will be reading a story and retelling the story plus answer story related questions. I love to have the children act out the story to see what they remember from the story. We will also go over story vocab, setting, and characters.
Ms. Pat Certified Prek-Grade 3
60 total reviews for this teacher
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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🌝$5 off the first week of enrollment with coupon code PATCEJA4I95 🌝 We will have so much fun acting out some very common folktales each week! The class will first listen to the story and then use critical thinking skills to answer story related questions. The second and fourth week we will compare the story read with the story read the previous week and find the differences and similarities. Once we have discussed the story, the class will begin to retell the story read. Next, each child will...
Student's will improve his or her reading comprehension skills by acting out the stories after they story has been read to them. The student's will improve his or her reading comprehension skills by comparing and contrasting two stories. The student's will improve his or her reading comprehension skills by answering story related questions. Student's will learn how to sequence a story with what happens first, next, and last.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Pat Certified Prek-Grade 3Certified teacher with 17 years of teaching experience; BS in Early Childhood Education, TESOL certified
60 total reviews
53 completed classes
Hello Everyone!! I love to teach fun and engaging classes for children ages 3-6. I enjoy being silly and singing silly songs with the class. My puppets and my own pets often visit the class. I have been teaching Prekindergarten for the past 8...