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Second Grade Language Arts- Class Two

This is a reading, writing, and grammar course for students at the second-grade level.
Anna Klinman
402 total reviews for this teacher
6 reviews for this class
Completed by 19 learners
Class
45 minutes
per class
Twice per week
over 15 weeks
6-9
year olds
3-5
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does a "Multi-Day" course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Mon, Jan 9, 2023

Jan 9 – May 17, 2023 (15 weeks)
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4:15 – 5:00 AM
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Description

Class Experience

Here are the themes and skills for each week of class: 
Week One: Working Dogs; connect to prior knowledge to understand text, compare and contrast information in a text,  identify final consonant mp-blends, recognize and use pronouns, and place words in alphabetical order
Week Two: Art Is All Around Us; connect to prior knowledge to understand nonfiction text, distinguish between fact or opinion, identify r-controlled vowel ar, recognize past-tense verbs, understand and identify antonyms
Week Three: That Hits The Spot! How To Make Lemonade; summarize to understand text, sequence events in the text, identify vowel digraphs ee and ea, identify and use hyphenated compound adjectives, identify synonyms
Week Four: How Much Is A Million, Billion, or Trillion?; summarize to understand text, identify main idea and details, identify vowel diphthong ou, identify and use contractions, read and understand number words
Week Five: The Giant's Causeway; summarize to understand text, make inferences and draw conclusions, identify consonant digraph wh, recognize and use quotation marks, identify and use the suffix -ing
Week Six: Why We Need Sleep; summarize to understand text, make inferences and draw conclusions using clues found in the text, identify consonant digraph wh, recognize and use contractions, discriminate and use synonyms and antonyms
Week Seven: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow; make, revise, and confirm predictions to understand text, identify story elements, identify the sounds of vowel diphthong /ow/, recognize and understand the use of commas to separate dialogue, recognize and understand similes
Week Eight: Sweet As Sugar; ask and answer questions to understand text,  distinguish between fact and opinion, identify consonant gl-blend,  recognize and use adverbs, and identify and use synonyms and antonyms
Week Nine: Incredible Hotels; connect to prior knowledge to better understand text,  compare and contrast information in a text, identify initial consonant bl-blend, recognize and use proper nouns that name places, identify and arrange words in alphabetical order
Week Ten: Llama Friends; retell to understand text, Identify the narrative point of view, identify consonant sh digraph, recognize and use conjunctions, identify and use synonyms
Week Eleven: Walruses, Seals, and Sea Lions; ask and answer questions to understand nonfiction text,  identify main idea and details in the text, identify vowel digraphs ea and ee, use pronouns they, them, and it, Identify and use content vocabulary
Week Twelve: Wonderful With Words; ask and answer questions to understand text, determine problem and solution, identify vowel digraph ow, identify and use adjectives, define and choose synonyms
Week Thirteen: Save Giant Pandas; use the reading strategy of summarizing to understand the text, identify the main idea and supporting details, understand and use possessive nouns, identify the meaning of and use suffixes -ful and -less
Week Fourteen: Olympic Trip; visualize to understand text, analyze character, identify vowel digraphs ai and ay, recognize and use exclamatory sentences,  identify and use position words
Week Fifteen: Start Your Engines!; use the reading strategy of asking and answering questions to understand text, sequence events, recognize comparative adjectives used in the text, understand meaning of prefix un-
I have Bachelor's Degrees in Elementary Education and Psychology from Rowan University. I have 25 years of experience in the classroom ages 3-11. I have taught in public and private schools in the United States and I taught for 10 years at the International School of Hamburg in Germany. I have been on Outschool for several years.
For homework, students will study the vocabulary and do some prewriting for the next class. Often homework is a word search or crossword puzzle using the words from the story.
 1 file available upon enrollment
Students will need the weekly PDFs printed. Students may need a pencil, scissors, gluestick, a binder or folder, a stapler, a highlighter, and something to color with like markers or colored pencils.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.

Teacher

Anna Klinman
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Creative Teacher
402 total reviews
286 completed classes

About Me

Hi, I'm Anna. I am a third-generation teacher - I guess it's in my genes! I taught for 20 years, students ranging from birth to 11 years old. I taught in private, public, and international schools. I retired a few years ago due to rheumatoid... 
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