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Virtual Kindergarten Reading Language Arts Class: - Part 1 Of 4
Students will build their literacy, comprehension, writing, vocabulary, conversation and citizenship skills as they engage in a study of Toys and Play!
Anne Ladd Welch, M.Ed.
15 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
There are no upcoming classes.
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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Part 1: Building Literacy and Citizenship in a Collaborative Virtual Classroom; as they engage in a study of Toys and Play . Toys and Play is an interactive ELA class. We will dive into complex text to enrich student vocabulary, knowledge, and comprehension. Dates – August 17th - October 15th • Unit 1: August 10th – August 20th • Unit 2: August 24th - September 8th • Unit 3: September 9th – October 1st In Unit 1, Students consider norms and behaviors for sharing toys...
Unit 1: Engaging in Close Read-Aloud: Learning to Play with Others Instructional Focus ■ Building background knowledge: What can we do to make playing together fun? ■ Closely reading Llama Llama Time to Share ■ Developing language by exploring classroom toys ■ Developing classroom commitments for playing together ■ Shared Writing: Letter Back to the Principal ■ Individual Writing and Drawing: Commitments for playing together Social Emotional: The students work to become ethical people by treating others well. Unit 2: Developing language by sorting and exploring attributes of classroom toys ■ Focused reading of informational text Attributes of Toys ■ Shared Writing: Toy riddles ■ Focused reading of Toys Galore ■ Individual Writing and Drawing: Classroom Toys ■ Structured Discussion: What classroom toy do I prefer? Why do I prefer that classroom toy? ■ Individual Writing: Classroom toy preferences Unit 3: Writing to Show Our Learning: Toys Our Classmates Prefer ■ Closely reading Have Fun, Molly Lou Melon ■ Closely reading Playing with Friends ■ Creating and writing about a handmade toy ■ Interviewing a classmate about a preferred classroom toy ■ Individual Writing and Drawing: Classmate’s preferred toy ■ Performance task and celebration
Optional enrichment activities, learning labs, and community service ideas will be provided.
Student materials will be emailed to learners on Sunday of each week. Some materials will need to be printed and cut out before class. Students will need paper, pencil, crayons, markers, scissors and glue stick. Additional materials may be added. Unit 1 Materials Lesson 1: Word Wall words: play, toy (teacher will send) ■ Lesson 2: Play-dough ■ Lesson 3: Pattern blocks ■ Lesson 4: Dramatic play toys; Word Wall word: include ■ Lesson 5: Class set of whiteboards and whiteboard markers ■ Lesson 6: Photographs of students showing commitments; class set of whiteboards and whiteboard markers ■ Lesson 7: N/A ■ Index cards for Toys and Play Word Wall Unit 2: LEGO® bricks (or similar), K’NEX® (or similar), dramatic play items (e.g., puppets, play food, dolls), pattern blocks, stuffed animals, wooden blocks, puzzles, play-dough, magnifying glasses; Word Wall words: blocks, cars, dolls, puppets, LEGO® bricks, pattern blocks, play-dough, puzzles ■ Lesson 2: See Lesson 1 above. ■ Lesson 3: See Lesson 1 above. ■ Lesson 4: See Lesson 1 above. ■ Lesson 5: Word Wall words: bounce (Teacher Provided) ■ Lesson 6: See Lesson 1 above; Word Wall words: stretch, stack, build, sculpt, squeeze, squish (Teacher Provided) ■ Lesson 7: See Lesson 1 above; Word Wall words: whirl, twirl, roll, push, spin, race, dribble (Teacher Provided) ■ Lesson 8: See Lesson 1 above; Word Wall words: hug, snuggle, cuddle (Teacher Provided) Unit 3 Materials: Lesson 1: Word Wall word: imagination (teacher provided) ■ Lesson 2: Word Wall words: N/A ■ Lesson 3: Words Wall words: N/A ■ Lesson 4: Word Wall words: N/A ■ Lesson 5: Recycled materials for handmade toys ■ Lesson 6: Recycled materials for handmade toys ■ Lesson 7: N/A ■ Lesson 8: Llama Llama puppet ■ Lesson 9: Toy baskets ■ Lesson 10: Toy baskets ■ Lesson 11: N/A ■ Lesson 12: N/A ■ Lesson 13: name tags for students and visitors; toy baskets
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
End of Unit and Module Assessment rubric will be sent to families at the end of each 2 week unit and end of module Performance Task.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
EL Education 1. Dewdney, Anna. Llama Llama Time to Share. New York: Penguin Young Readers Group, 2012 2. Lovell, Patty. Have Fun, Molly Lou Melon. New York: Penguin Young Readers Group, 2012 3. Stein, Peter. Toys Galore. Somerville: Candlewick Press, 2013 4. Rissman, Rebecca. Playing with Friends. Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2014
Anne Ladd Welch, M.Ed.Welcome!
15 total reviews
14 completed classes
Hello! I am Mrs. Anne Ladd Welch, I am a licensed and highly qualified Kindergarten - 8th grade English Language Arts and Math teacher. I have 23 years’ experience in the classroom. My first 14 years were spent in kindergarten, and for the...