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Word Games and Vocabulary
In this twelve-week language arts class, students will strengthen their vocabulary and spelling through word games, poems and written practice with a Waldorf approach to language arts.
Aurore Sibley, M.S. Ed
32 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 6 learners
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Once per week
over 12 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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We will explore vocabulary and strengthen spelling through word play and games, such as word scrambles, Madlibs and creating short poems and stories using the vocabulary with which we are working. Students will learn about word groups such as "there, their and they're" and silent letters such as the 'k' in knight, know and knit will be a focus, as well as developing an understanding of what a noun, adjective and verb are and when to use them. Homophones, synonyms and antonyms will be...
Students will learn about words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings, (homophones), as well as synonyms and antonyms. There will be some focus on spelling words that are commonly used but include silent letters, such as the silent 'h' in hour and the silent 'k' in knight. We will discuss nouns, verbs and adjectives and when to use them while building our vocabulary through word games.
Homework will consist of coming up with additional examples of word groups or returning with a small sample of writing. Students may also be encouraged to share examples of new vocabulary they may have discovered in reading. There will not be a large focus on assignments in between meetings but a few artistic creations including poems with be included.
Paper, pens and colored pencils for writing are required. It is helpful to have a notebook in which to keep one's work together in one place.
Learner progress is assessed through participation.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The content of the class is designed by the teacher but some pre-existing worksheets will be shared with the group.
Aurore Sibley, M.S. Ed
Waldorf Educational Specialist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
32 total reviews
53 completed classes
Engaging students by making education meaningful and fun is how I approach teaching. I have been trained as a Waldorf and remedial grades teacher and have a Master of Science in Education, as well as a background in music and the healing arts. I...