Sight Words and Sentences (Set 2): Let's Read and Write Together!
(HALF OFF FIRST WEEK: BJ22FALLPART25) In this ongoing class, students will learn and practice new sight words each week and use knowledge of letters and sounds, sight words, and reading and writing strategies to read and write sentences!
63 total reviews for this teacher
Once per week
learners per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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***If your child has already learned some basic sight words, such as color words, "the, it, is, are, a, I, am, have, and, go, like, to, what, was, where," and more, then this class may be a perfect fit! This class is great for those learners ready to continue learning sight words and put those into practice with reading and writing complete sentences! *If your learner is ready to read sight words, CVC words, and other words but is easily discouraged/frustrated with writing/handwriting,...
Students will be able to read and write sight words, decode words in sentences, and use sentence structure and letter-sound knowledge to write a sentence.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and am certified in EC-6 (Early Childhood through 6th grade) and ESL (English as a Second Language) . I taught kindergarten for four years, and I have experience in and a passion for teaching early elementary skills. During my time as a teacher, I have worked with elementary students of all ages through whole class, small group, and one-on-one settings. I am excited to use my knowledge to teach your learner in a fun way! Thank you for considering me as an Outschool teacher for your child!
There is no required homework for this class! I do, however, post several optional activities in the classroom for further learning and practice each week.
2 files available upon enrollmentI recommend that each learner has something to write with in order to practice writing our sentence(s) together. However, your student is not required to write during class and will be helping me identify sounds and words as I model writing our sentence. I know that some students may be more confident in reading than writing and the pace may vary for writing/handwriting for each student. Of course, I encourage every student to physically write with me! However, as long as every student is engaged and working along with me to write our sentence, whether they are physically writing on their own or verbally helping me as I model writing, there will be learning taking place! *There will be an optional print-out before class that can be used as a guide during class when learning our sight words that your learner may choose to use to trace/write as we learn.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since this is a class for young learners, I just ask that a parent or guardian be around (within hearing distance) to help if/when needed (example: if technical issues arise and the student needs help in order to hear/speak/participate). It is helpful if your student knows how to mute/unmute. I don't like to mute students, but I will occasionally if the need arises (ex: background noise, computer echo, etc.), in order to make sure all students can hear me. Thank you for your support!
B.S. in Elementary Education EC-6/ESL/Dance
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
63 total reviews
52 completed classes
Hello! My name is BJ. I’m a wife, mom, elementary teacher, and dancer. I received my Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, with certifications in EC-6 and ESL. I LOVE teaching. I enjoy working with various age groups, but I guess you...