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My ongoing class helps your child build confidence and skills- reinforces word patterns, meanings, sound spellings, and celebrates "earning word gems” for their Vocabulary Treasure Trove through encouragement and experience toward mastery.
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Completed by 10 learners
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learners per class
$15 per class
Meets 3x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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Introduction: - This class may begin by giving each student a Primary Spelling Inventory assessment/evaluation to determine where each child is beginning with known sight words to establish what we will begin with as their ability level. The lists we will be using have been established and required by the large majority of public and private school districts to develop competency in speaking, reading and writing at the primary level. - Students will begin by being introduced to the...
The learning goals are outlined above in the description section regarding "Focus". - As students accomplish the completion of their sight and high frequency words, any student desiring to do so, will be able to celebrate that accomplishment by having a "Read-Off" - a timed reading of the words they have learned to show their mastery. (Confidence builder) -As students begin to learn higher level words, part of the practice will be 1) Recording the word, phonetically, (On smart phone) 2) Establishing context meaning, and finally, (What is the word referring to in the referenced comprehension section.) 3) Writing a sentence showing comprehension of the word by correctly using it in a sentence.
My past assignment was as an ELD (English Language Development) grade level responsible teacher for 3rd and 4th grade students for six (6) years. Additionally, I was an AEMP (American English Mastery Program) teacher for eight (8) years. The requirements met were to teach students culturally relevant information while helping them acquire academic English with confidence in both reading and writing.
Greater progress will be realized if the student does these activities at least 2 additional days outside of class.(15 - 20 minutes per day) Students are encouraged to read their word lists to "someone" to help keep their learning and practice "fresh". Students will benefit by recording themselves reading all the words they know at least 1 time per day on their "off days". Students will benefit by writing down their unknown words, and checking them off each time that they practice saying and spelling them.
4 files available upon enrollmentWord Lists, paper, index cards, 2 sharp pencils, erasers, Vocabulary Word Worksheet, and a dictionary.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
This class is an ongoing learning process. There are no official starting and or stopping points. The initial assessments are offered as a way to see the progress being made, and areas needing more work. In the three "word focuses", parents will be given an indication of beginning points, and for those who choose to attend each week, at the end of the section they may choose to make a progress check for seeing their improvement, needed focus or progress in ability. ***This class can be used as a practice/review class (student may drop in to practice a list of words or the decoding skills being reviewed on any day..***
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents, please encourage your child to practice so that they can make quicker progress.
Word Lists of sight words, high frequency, word meanings students know, and use of the dictionary for assistance in clarifying their word meaning knowledge.
Ms. MelbaFormer Elementary Teacher
83 total reviews
189 completed classes
Teaching health and wellness, vocabulary, and creative math are high on my agenda. I taught elementary level students at one of the first charter schools in Los Angeles for three years, and at an inner-city social justice magnet school for...