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Small Group Part 1- Crack the Code to Reading Like a Hero
In this small group, 8 session class, your learner will be introduced to beginning phonics skills by learning 4 of the 6 syllable types. They will also learn a few words that break the syllable rules and how to syllabicate 2 syllable words.
Kim Stalker M.Ed. NBCT
36 total reviews for this teacher
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
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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This 8 session course is part 1 of a series that teaches the 6 syllable types. My Crack the Code series focuses on the decoding side of the Simple View of Reading. The Simple View of Reading is: Decoding (D) x Language Comprehension (LC) = Reading Comprehension (RC) In this course, I will start building the bridge to reading comprehension by focusing on the basics of decoding. Part 1 includes a close look at the closed, open, magic-e, and vowel team syllable types along...
Students will be taught 4 of the 6 syllable types and the steps for decoding multi syllable words. The main goal is to teach students to transfer their syllable type knowledge to unknown words in their everyday reading.
In my 25+ years of teaching I have been trained in all kinds of different ways to teach students to read. This most recent method of teaching students to understand how and why letters make different sounds when put with other letters and placed in certain parts of the words has completely changed my way of thinking. I have seen huge gains in the students I work with in my brick and mortar school by teaching students the syllable types and how those syllable types work together to make bigger words.
Each week students will be expected to go on a word hunt to find words to share in the next class. There will be other printouts to complete to help solidify the skills. Printouts will be posted to the classroom before class. PLEASE make a habit to always CHECK THE CLASSROOM BEFORE CLASS STARTS for any printouts they will need during class, I will not wait to start class if a child does not have their materials.
* provided materials printed before class * a white broad, marker, and eraser * red crayon and something to put under paper that will have a bumpy texture (mesh plastic canvas, sandpaper) * a favorite book
Formative assessment will be used in each class to track progress. Lessons will be adjusted to meet the students' needs as the class progresses.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Kim Stalker M.Ed. NBCT
A Crafty Elementary Academic Coach with a Heart for All Things Literacy. plus a little more
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
36 total reviews
43 completed classes
Hello everyone! Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know me. I live in Arkansas with my husband. We have 2 wonderful children but we are empty nesters. They have grown and flown our nest. I have been officially teaching for 28 years,...