Read It, Rock It- Mastering Reading Comprehension With Music!
In this one-time class, we will focus in on 3 important reading comprehension strategies and how to implement them while reading independently. We will use popular song lyrics to help us remember these strategies.
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Read It, Rock It! This class will focus on THREE very important foundational reading comprehension strategies (outlined below). 1) Summarizing 2) Making Predictions 3) Visualizing We will learn these strategies using lyrics to popular songs (think Fancy Like, Boom Clap, Watermelon Sugar, etc.) to help students stay engaged and to keep the lesson positive! I will teach each strategy by providing a song/lyrics to help remember the strategy, giving examples, and then a quick activity...
Students will have strong understanding of the following reading comprehension strategies: summarizing, making predictions, and visualizing.
Students will need: paper (any kind of paper will work) and something to write with (anything will work)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
*Songs and Lyrics used will not contain profanity of any kind. We will only be using the instrumental version of songs and will be focusing on using lyrics to help retain reading strategies. Music is not the primary focus of this class, but rather a tool for student engagement and participation.
Special Education Teacher ll General Education Teacher ll Virtual Teacher ll Passionate about Engagement and Growth Mindset
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Hello! My name is Bethany Morris. I have been in education for 7 years and have experience working both in the classroom as a general education teacher AND online as a special education teacher at a virtual school. Both experiences have allowed me...