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Spelling Course for Grades 3-6
In this 10-week course, students will learn
Literacy centers are an exciting, self-motivational way to enhance, develop, or extend learning within a classroom. At literacy centers, students work alone or interact with one another using teacher-provided instructional materials to explore and expand on their learning. This learning style is defined as "Direct Learning;" A Directed Learning Activity (DLA) is an exercise developed by an educator that students complete to gain more practice on a concept or skill introduced. Small-group...
This class is taught in English.
Reading: 1. Read and demonstrate understanding of a variety of text for different purposes; 2. use a variety of reading strategies throughout the reading process to extract meaning from texts; 3. use a variety of strategies to build vocabulary; 4. locate and extract relevant information from written and graphic texts for a variety of purposes. Writing: 1. Write in a variety of forms for different purposes and audiences; 2. organize ideas coherently in writing; 3. correctly use conventions of written English appropriate for this level, including grammar, usage, spelling, and punctuation. 4. use the stages of the writing process.
I am a certified elementary school teacher in Canada, qualified to teach all academic subjects taught to grades 1-6. Nevertheless, this class solely focuses on the topics, overall expectations, and specific expectations within the American and Canadian elementary Language Arts curriculum.
Ample time is provided in class to complete each task; nevertheless, if needed, students can use the time between classes to independently complete their worksheets.
Students will receive worksheets on a need-to-come basis through a shared google document. When enrolled, students will receive an invitation to a google document that will contain the worksheets they need for each class. The teacher will post reminders in the "Outschool Classroom Portal" 24 hours before each class that notify which worksheets the students need to print. The students are expected to have the worksheets printed prior to when class begins. Students will also need to come to class with a pencil, eraser, and extra paper.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
All worksheets will be reviewed and assessed by the teacher after every class. Students are asked to sign their work with their name, scan their completed worksheets, and upload files to the google document titled "Completed Worksheets." The teacher will review the worksheets to correct errors and provide an explanation for the correction. At the end of the course, the teacher will compose a written report for each student, commenting on the student's areas of success and those in need of development.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hello and welcome to my profile. I am a dedicated Canadian teacher, licensed in Ontario, with an HBA in Psychology and a BEd at the primary and junior levels. I have 8 years of teaching experience; I have taught 3 of those years online. I am...
$100for 20 classes
2x per week, 10 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(5)
Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
8-12 learners per class