The Weather Vane - An Interactive ESL Reading Class (Level 4)
Welcome to a fun and interactive day at the building site with teacher Laurie! Together we will build a house as we learn new ways to ask questions, reviewing phonics and reading an exciting story. Are you ready?
Teacher Laurie - ESL
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In this interactive reading class, students will experience a day at the building site with Teacher Laurie as we read together the story "The Weather Vane". As we read and discuss the story, we will be practicing important reading skills like asking and answering questions. Students will also learn how to build words starting in "WH" through use of phonics (Example: B-ALL, T-ALL...) I like to make my teaching fun and engaging for the students. That's why I created an interactive slide show...
This is the perfect class to improve the student's reading and speaking skills in English. In this lesson we will... - Practice blending sounds to create words starting in "WH" - Make predictions about the story - Read the book "The Weather Vane" while asking and answering questions - Listen to a recording and find the mistakes - Learn the vocabulary words « Building site », « Crane », « Weather Vane » and « Jump over » - Discuss the setting of the story - Talk about what to wear on a building site
No homework is required but practicing speaking what was taught in the lesson is always encouraged. If the parent would like homework assigned, please contact Teacher Laurie.
Each child will have an informal assessment throughout the lesson, including how much the student is engaged during the lesson, speaks in complete sentences and if the child is able to put together phonics to create words. Written feedback is provided after each lesson.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Weather Vane - Oxford Reading Tree
Teacher Laurie - ESL
Students don’t care how much you know until the know how much you care.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
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Hello! My name is Lauriane but my students call me Teacher Laurie. I have a bachelor's degree in Fundamentals and Methodology of Education and a TESOL certificate. I have been teaching English as a second language in person and online for over 4...