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Writers Workshop: Moving From Words to Sentences!
In this multi-day course, students will be encouraged to dive into writing, building on their skills from labeling drawings to writing sentences using sight words, CVC words, and phonetic spelling.
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$8 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
30 minutes per class
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In this multi-day course, we will meet once a week for four weeks. In this course, students will build on their writing skills beginning with learning to label drawings and moving into writing sentences. We will also use sight words from the kindergarten sight word list- Fry's first 100 sight words in our sentences. This class is a great way for students to connect reading skills to writing skills. This class is geared towards students who know how to write letters and knows most if not all...
Students will learn to use capitalization and punctuation when writing. Students will learn proper spacing for writing. Students will learn to label a picture as the first stage of writing. Students will use labels and sight words along with CVC or phonetically spelled words to create and write one to two sentences to match the drawing.
I have years of experience teaching literacy skills in the elementary school, especially in kindergarten and first grade. I am currently working on my Master's in Reading and have taken many professional development courses to continue my craft in providing effective instruction that helps students achieve goals and become successful learners. More than anything, I am just a person who cares and wants children to feel successful and accomplished.
At times I will post handouts in the classroom tab that student may use to practice at home, but nothing is required. I believe in differentiated instruction and strive to provide practice handouts based on a student's individualized skill needs and not just providing the same handout to every student. Therefore, at times you may receive a handout through the learner's message box. Again, these are not required, but are available to allow your child to continue practicing writing at home.
It is best for students use lined paper often used in kindergarten (lined handwriting tablet). This paper helps students to follow the formation of letters as uppercase and lowercase as well as large enough to use spacing between words correctly. The tablets with lines and picture box at the top is even better so that students can draw to match their sentence. One or both is up to you. Pencil, eraser, crayons I may provide handouts at times that we will use to practice skills together in the classroom. These will be posted in the classroom tab before class.
Informal assessment will take place throughout the course.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
169 total reviews
115 completed classes
Hello! My name is Casey, and I have been an educator for 15 years, but I have over 20 years of experience working with children. Much of my experience is teaching Pre-K and Kindergarten skills, but I also have experience in higher grade levels and...