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See Say Write and Read - Dive Into Reading 1 (Multisensory Intensive Phonics)
This is a foundational language arts class based on Wanda Sanseri's Spell to Write and Read/The Wise Guide for Spelling. It uses multi-sensory direct instruction in intensive phonics to teach reading from the basis of the sounds of speech.
Students will quickly learn and review the about 30 of the 70 basic phonograms, listen and retell engaging stories, spell words from their component sounds, syllables; then read the words they have written. They will create their own spelling journal pages from templates provided, including with reference charts and word lists spelled and marked for the spelling rules and phonograms to aid in memory. They will begin to read from these words. NOTE: Please do not enroll if you are unable to...
Students will be able to 1. Say and write all write and say about half of the basic phonograms 2. Break words into syllables 3. Sound out words syllable by syllable, sound by sound 4. Recognize the five types of silent final E 5. Identify words where single letter vowel phonograms say their name (three reasons) 6. Read left to right across the page 7. Read short books with high-frequency words that use all 70 phonograms 8. Put on their "Thinking CAPs" with words that are not spelled as they are pronounced 9. Develop a love for reading and curiosity about the world around them through exposure to the best in children's literature AND much more....
Please see my FB page at facebook.com/classicalstarttutor for recommendations from past parents. As a parent, I used this with my own children. I have also been successfully teaching this to private students and intervention small groups in a charter school for the past four years. Here are two recommendations. "Susan is an amazing teacher/tutor. She has a strong background in reading and writing and is able to turn student failure into success. I've seen students make multi-grade advances with her tutoring support." -Joyce Faulks Jackson, Diagnostician, Newman International Academy of Cedar Hill Executive Director of Special Education, Grand Prairie ISD - retired ------- "I highly recommend Susan Franklin. My son Matthew, who has struggled in class with reading/ writing has been working with Mrs. Susan and has really benefited. Since he has been attending tutoring (July 2016) his reading skills and confidence have improved tremendously; his school teachers have noticed the change from last year. In the past, we have tried other various teaching tools from online videos, flashcards, and phonics in which became overwhelming. This led to frustration with our son and no direction in place to help him. Matthew and I visited with Mrs. Susan expressing our concerns regarding his reading issues that he has been experiencing at school, she presented a plan on how to approach with comprehensive lessons that Matt has followed. Mrs. Susan has shown flexibility in working with us on scheduling tutoring around soccer practices and other things that may arise. My wife and I are most grateful for the hard work and patience that Mrs. S has shown him This makes us proud as parents knowing that our son can now read and that we have chosen the right person to teach our son Thank you, Mrs. Susan!" -Mr.& Mrs. Eli Castorena
1 file available upon enrollmentPlease print the templates available in the classroom before the first class. They will need a pencil, eraser, a small ruler, and a red pencil with an eraser. If you are unable to print, it will be difficult for your child to participate and benefit from the class.
Please have an adult oversee the student's work to be sure he or she is participating. The templates/workbook is required to be printed. So please only enroll your child if you are able to do this. This is multisensory learning. Your child should be seeing, hearing, saying, and writing the foundational content that is being delivered. Thanks for understanding. I look forward to meeting you!
Meet the teacher
Classes I teach are 1) foundational language arts using multi-sensory phonics for primary grades or struggling readers, 2) writing & grammar 3) literature study. If you have a small group interested in a particular book study, let me know. ...
$190for 12 classes
3x per week, 4 weeks
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(6)
Completed by 72 learners
Live video meetings
3-7 learners per class
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