Read-Aloud for Young Learners
Find a comfy area, meet new friends and enjoy beautiful illustrations during this read-aloud. During this short class, young students will listen to a funny, engaging story read aloud by a teacher; followed by an opportunity to talk to one another, and share his or her own stories.
Miss. Lea, B.A., M.Ed
13 total reviews for this teacher
7 reviews for this class
Completed by 41 learners
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Once per week
learners per class
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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
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This class is for early, and new readers; during the class, the teacher will read aloud popular story books, while engaging students in comprehension questions, predictions and writing. This class is made to be quick and fun, and to allow students to practice skills which are necessary to be successful readers. To be apart of this class, your student can be new to reading or in early reading stages. Students are not required to have prior knowledge to participate in this class. During the...
Students will participate in a fun, funny and meaningful read aloud; to practice reading skills which are essential to reading success.
As a licensed educator within the U.S., and an employed Kindergarten teacher story times are one of my favorite activities to use with the students whom I am able to work with.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As a licensed early childhood educator, I have always been taught that young students should be read aloud at least three books a day. However, as a teacher, I also know how difficult it can be for busy families to find the time to read aloud to their child. My goal is to ensure that the stories being read aloud to children, are meaningful. You can create meaningful read alouds by asking appropriate phonics and comprehension questions, and asking students to complete book related activities once the book is complete.
Miss. Lea, B.A., M.Ed
13 total reviews
17 completed classes
Welcome to my classroom- here you will find classes that are taught with intention of assisting young learners to learn to read! I do my best to create fun and engaging classes, that ask students to relate early reading topics to his or her life....