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Reading Comprehension: How to Identify the Beginning, Middle, and End!
In this 4-week Flex Course (Asynchronous), we will learn how to identify the Beginning, Middle, and End of a story (also great for preschool, homeschool, and afterschool) (Autism, ADHD, ELL/ESL friendly).
Teacher Carla (Certified EC-12)
5 total reviews for this teacher
There are no upcoming classes.
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this 4-week Flex (Asynchronous) class we will have a blast learning how to identify the Beginning, Middle, and End of a story. We will use sequencing picture cards, pictures with text, and a Flow-Map (drawn on an online whiteboard). Each week, there will be pre-recorded, engaging learning videos posted in the classroom throughout the week (Monday-Wednesday afternoons/evenings by 7 pm CT). Watch and engage with the videos at the time that is most convenient for you. That's one thing...
I am a certified EC-12 teacher with nearly 10 years of experience teaching reading skills to learners.
1 file available upon enrollmentAll materials needed will be supplied by me (the teacher). There are no required supplies for this class.
No live meetings, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Parents please feel free to offer assistance to your learner/s if you see him/her struggling to use the online whiteboard to draw a Flow-Map, pictures representing the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story, and writing a sentence of what happened at the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story. This will be a fun activity that we will do once per week. Instructions will be posted in the classroom each week on Wednesdays by 7 pm (CT).
There will be a few books used as a reference in understanding how to identify the Beginning, Middle, and End of a story. The names of the books we will use pictures/text from: "Some Ducks" by Mark Shulman, "Who Has My Snack?" by Cecilia Minden, "Let's Get Pizza" by Meg Greve, and "Max Kicks the Ball" by Cecilia Minden. I will provide the materials. The learners aren't required to have access to these books. Learners will use an online whiteboard (a link will be posted in the classroom Wednesdays by 7 pm (CT) to use for the weekly assignments).
Teacher Carla (Certified EC-12)
Certified EC-12 Special Education, Physical Education, and ELL (English Language Learner) Teacher: I Always Try My BEST...For A Future Of SUCCESS!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
5 total reviews
30 completed classes
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