Readers Are Leaders: Small Group Instruction
In this ongoing course, students who struggle with reading comprehension will receive small group practice in building fluency, comprehension, and prosody.
Yvonneda S. (B.S. Elementary Ed./ NBCT)
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3 reviews for this class
Completed by 13 learners
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learners per class
$12 per class
Meets 2x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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Once students reach 3rd grade the focus of reading begins to shift in the curriculum. They are not learning to read, instead they are reading to learn. For students from 3rd grade and up who struggle with comprehension, reading becomes a frustrating and daunting task. Even if they are able to call the correct words, they struggle with putting meaning to print. In this ongoing course, students will have an opportunity to work on strategies to help them feel successful and improve their...
The learners will be able to use strategies to improve their fluency and comprehension by building background, expanding their vocabulary, participating in shared and independent readings, practicing reading with expression (prosody), and responding to the text in writing.
As an elementary educator who has been in the classroom for over two decades, I have been trained in strategies to help strengthen students' reading skills. Over the past ten years I have taught various reading intervention programs in small groups in my classroom helping students to improve their confidence and reading comprehension levels.
Learners will be encouraged to use our reading strategies of the week to practice assignments for self selected reading books or assignments from school. A review sheet of our strategies will be added to the classroom after class to guide them.
Students will need a notebook for their written response or to make sure they bring paper and pencil to the class sessions.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
As an informal assessment, I will create a running record on the student identifying areas of strengths and weaknesses along with suggestions to help strengthen these skills. This will be sent to parents weekly through the Outschool classroom.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
All resources and curriculum will be provided by the teacher for the class.
Yvonneda S. (B.S. Elementary Ed./ NBCT)Using the Past to Inspire the Future
31 total reviews
36 completed classes
Greetings from the beautiful, historical state of South Carolina. I am a National Board Certified educator who has had the privilege of working with students at the elementary level for over two decades in the classroom. I have also work closely...