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Reading 101 for Little Ones Part 2: A Continuing Course for Beginning Readers
Mrs. Straz, M. Ed.
In this 5-week course that will meet twice each week, your child will continue to practice skills learned from Reading 101 for Little Ones, but with new and engaging content!
In this five-week course that will meet twice a week, students will continue to apply early literacy skills learned in Reading 101 for Littles Ones: A Beginner's Course Reading, but with new and engaging content. This content will include new sight words, books, as well as further work to decode words and deepen comprehension of text. This course will allow students to hone their reading skills even more! By the end of this course, your child's collection of books they can read independently...
Students will learn how to read, identify, spell, and write new sight words weekly. Students will learn and apply a variety of reading strategies (i.e. pointing underneath each word) weekly. Students will become familiar with different concepts of print (i.e. letters make words and words make sentences, print has meaning, words are separated by spaces, etc.) Students will read simple stories weekly. Students will learn how to answer comprehension questions. Students will create a simple sentence weekly using a specific teaching technique. Students will add photos and/or draw to represent sentences.
As a certified reading specialist and classroom teacher with over eleven years of teaching experience, I have experienced first hand how important it is to provide children with a strong foundation for reading. When I first began my teaching career, I had the opportunity to help create a reading curriculum for children in their first formal year of schooling in West Africa. Between my experience working overseas and teaching in the U.S., students have had great success with reading in my classroom by learning the concepts taught in this course.
1 file available upon enrollment- Access to a printer will be needed to print the weekly book. - It is suggested that children have a set of lowercase letters they can manipulate themselves when we work on sight words (many companies sell these...Amazon and Lakeshore Learning have a set of lowercase magnetic letters for $9.99, but any sort of lowercase letter tiles or magnets will work. If your child does not have a set of lowercase letters, please feel free to use the attached file provided upon enrollment). First Class Meeting Each Week - Weekly book (prior to class, parents will need to follow the posted directions with information on how to print out this book) stapled on the left-hand side. - Highlighter or yellow marker - Pencil Second Class Meeting Each Week - Weekly book - Print out sent after the first class meeting each week - Gluestick
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Mrs. Straz. I have a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, a Master's degree in Reading, as well as a Master's + 30, and a certificate in Multicultural Education. I have over 14 years of classroom teaching experience and am...
$150for 10 classes
2x per week, 5 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class