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Singing Sight Words: A Sing, Rhyme, and Play Ongoing Class | Twice a Week
In this small group of 5 learners max, everyone gets their turn. A caring, music-playing teacher leads ESL and native English speakers through songs and games with vocabulary words for preschool and kindergarten.
Ms. Christina (she/they)
138 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
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Twice per week
learners per class
per learner - 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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"Play is one of the most important ways in which young children gain essential knowledge and skills." ~UNICEF, 2018 WHAT ARE SIGHT WORDS? Sight words are those pesky words in English that are not easily sounded out, so they need extra attention to learn. WHAT IS SING, RHYME, AND PLAY WITH SIGHT WORDS? This class is all about fun with spelling! Ms. Christina — a caring, ukulele-playing, native English-speaker — teaches SIGHT WORDS through singing, playing, and sharing. With a maximum of 5...
This class sets a positive association with learning sight words in English. After 6-weeks of attendance, learners will 1) be able to identify the sight words they have learned in class and 2) have established the habit of reading one book a day together with a grownup.
> ESL Ms. Christina began her career as an English teacher in Taiwan. > EARLY LITERACY Later, she worked for seven years in the children's department of a public library with a focus on Early Literacy and multilingual programming. > EDUCATION Ms. Christina has a Bachelor of Arts degree in INTERNATIONAL POLITICS and GERMAN. She has a Master of Arts degree in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS with a language focus on MANDARIN CHINESE.
HOMEWORK: An optional, one-page worksheet is provided before every class. The learner is asked to color in, trace, write or draw, and then find the word somewhere around them — this could be in a book, magazine, label, or sign. As a bonus, take a photo of the worksheet and the word where you found it, then upload it to the classroom message board. EXTRA BONUS: Read one book together with a grownup. During my early literacy training at the public library, I learned an incredible fact: If a grownup reads to a child every day for just 20 minutes — basically one book — the child will hear 1.8 million words in one year. Therefore, Ms. Christina wants each learner to pick a book of their choice and read it together with a grown-up for homework. This can be any book in any language, and it can even be the same book every day. Not only will this daily reading habit expose the learner to 1.8 million words in a year, it will instill in them a lifelong love of reading. With reading being the cornerstone of all subsequent learning, the daily reading habit is the simplest, least expensive way to set your child up for a lifetime of success and joy.
Learners should bring a shaker (rattle, shaky egg, maraca, or anything that makes a shaky sound). A one-page worksheet is provided before each class.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please be available to "unmute" your learner for their turn to speak, if they cannot "unmute" themselves. Note Regarding YouTube: I never use YouTube during class — all music in class is played live by me on the ukulele or xylophone. The YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/singrhymeandplaywithmschristina, is available for your use before and/or after class, in the event you would like to preview and/or review course content. You do not need an account to watch the videos.
Students may preview and review Ms. Christina's educational content on her YouTube channel, "Sing, Rhyme, and Play with Ms. Christina," www.youtube.com/singrhymeandplaywithmschristina.
Ms. Christina (she/they)
Early literacy and language teacher — with a ukulele!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
138 total reviews
168 completed classes
"Play is one of the most important ways in which young children gain essential knowledge and skills." ~UNICEF, 2018 Hi, I'm Ms. Christina! (she/they) I teach early literacy and language classes drawing from my many years working in the children's...