Storytime for Littles
In this ongoing class, students will listen to children's stories and learn how to respond to them.
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2 reviews for this class
Completed by 3 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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In this ongoing class, students will learn new vocabulary and literary terms, how to listen actively to a story, and to set and achieve goals. During the class, students will first be given a goal for the class to achieve. Then, the students will listen to a children's story. During the reading of the story, students will be actively trying to achieve the goal. As I read, I may pause every so often to discuss something with the students regarding the class goal. After the story is read, we...
Learning goals for each lesson will be clearly stated at the beginning of the lessons. Students will have a deeper appreciation for reading and a broader understanding of the fact that words carry meaning literally and figuratively after taking a few of these classes.
1. Second and Seven Reading Program--In college, I volunteered as a reader to second grade classrooms around the city of Columbus. I read stories to them which were about good qualities of people and led discussions about the books I read. 2. Student Teacher--I student-taught in a second grade classroom and a kindergarten classroom. While in those classrooms, I had many opportunities to read to groups of between 3-25 students at a time and lead discussions. I also helped my mentor teachers create engaging activities for the students to complete which reflect the stories and contents we read about.
Students may be given a task during each class meeting that they can do on their own time, but they are not required to turn anything in or join any class after. Students may join the class and leave the class whenever they please.
-A comfy place to sit and listen -Some space to move around -Possibly paper and crayons/colored pencils/markers
Assessment will be very informal with these young students. Progress will be based on in-class discussions, reflections, and participation.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The books that I will be sharing with the students will not include content that is for older students. These will all be children's books. If there happens to be a book with a topic that might be questionable, parents will know beforehand per the class prior or the class description/schedule. In the month of December, we will discuss the topic of "giving" and have Christmas-themed books read. Some books may include Santa Claus and related characters.
We will be reading a variety of children's books in this class. The books we will be reading each month will be listed in the class description and schedule.
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2 total reviews
1 completed class
Hello to all my future learners and their families! My name is Adeena Wilcox, a teacher and forever learner of new things. I earned my undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Sciences as well as minored in Early Childhood Education,...