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독서 안내: 평생 읽고 쓰는 능력을 위해 젊은 마음에 힘을 실어주기

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Amy Maruska, Masters in Education
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평균 평점:4.9수강 후기 수:(202)
가이드 읽기 프로그램을 통해 자녀의 읽기 능력을 향상시켜 보세요. 자녀를 위한 일대일 맞춤 지도. 귀하의 자녀는 자격증을 갖춘 교사와 함께 연습하게 됩니다.
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미국 등급 Kindergarten - 2
Beginner - Advanced 레벨
The learning goals for this 25-minute online guided reading lesson for a Kindergarten or First-Grade student are designed to promote literacy development and comprehension skills. These goals align with the objectives of enhancing the student's reading proficiency and fostering a love for reading. Here are the specific learning goals.

1. Reading Comprehension:
   - Goal: The student will improve their ability to understand and make meaning from the text.
   - Objectives: 
     - The student will be able to identify key characters, events, and the setting of the story.
     - The student will demonstrate the ability to retell or summarize what they have read.
     - The student will answer comprehension questions related to the text.

2. Decoding Skills:
   - Goal: The student will develop skills to decode words, including sight words and phonetically regular words.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will practice sounding out unfamiliar words using phonetic strategies.
     - The student will recognize and read common sight words with increased fluency.
     - The student will apply strategies like using picture cues to aid in word recognition.

3. Vocabulary Development:
   - Goal: The student will expand their vocabulary and comprehension of words encountered in the text.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will encounter and learn new words from the text.
     - The student will understand and use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
     - The student will practice pronouncing and spelling new vocabulary words.

4. Predictive Reading and Critical Thinking:
   - Goal: The student will develop critical thinking skills by making predictions and inferences while reading.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will make predictions about the story based on the book cover and initial text.
     - The student will engage in discussions about the text's characters, plot, and potential outcomes.
     - The student will practice making inferences about character motivations and plot developments.

5. Fluency and Expressive Reading:
   - Goal: The student will work on reading with fluency and expression.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will listen to model fluent reading by the teacher.
     - The student will practice reading portions of the text aloud with expression.
     - The student will work on phrasing and prosody, including pausing at appropriate punctuation marks.

6. Independence and Self-Reflection:
   - Goal: The student will become more independent in their reading and reflect on their own progress.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will read a portion of the text independently during the guided reading session.
     - The student will self-assess their reading skills and note areas of improvement.
     - The student will engage in a simple reading-related homework task to encourage independent practice.

7. Positive Reading Experience:
   - Goal: The student will develop a positive attitude toward reading and a love for books.
   - Objectives:
     - The student will feel engaged and motivated during the lesson.
     - The student will be encouraged to share their thoughts and questions about the text.
     - The student will look forward to future reading sessions and develop a sense of enjoyment in reading.

These learning goals aim to create a comprehensive and balanced approach to guided reading for a student, addressing various aspects of literacy and fostering a lifelong love of reading.
Hello! My name is Amy.
I am so happy to see that you are interested in my class.
Let me tell you a bit about me:

I am so excited about online learning and teaching. My passions encompass education, communications, and technology! Of course, you can read all about me in my Teacher Profile, but here is a little to get you started: 
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 👩🏻‍🎓My Educational Background and Expertise👩🏻‍🎓
💫 Licensed teacher in the State of Minnesota
💫 Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood (specialized in Birth to Grade 3) & Elementary Education (K-6)
💫 MEd. Degree in Curriculum & Instruction: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM)
💫 Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning
💫Graduate Level: Information and Communication Technology
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🌎 Work & Life Experience 🌎

19 Years of Classroom Experience
🔸11 years in Early Childhood Settings (Prek & Kindergarten)
🔸8 years in Public Education (Kindergarten & 6th Grade)
🔸Afterschool Engineering Club Teacher
🔸Owner and Director of STEAM Summer Enrichment Program for Elementary Aged Students 
🔸Credentialed Online Teacher since 2011
🔸Completed over 5,000 one-to-one ESL Online Classes
🔸TESOL
🔸Child Care Director Credential
🔸Approved Trainer for Adult Education Topics since 2013
🔸4 Years & Counting Homeschooling Mom
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Assessment Plan for a First-Grade Guided Reading Lesson Objective: To assess a student's reading comprehension, decoding skills, vocabulary development, and overall progress following a guided reading lesson. Assessment Tools: 1. Observation: During the guided reading lesson, the teacher will make detailed observations of the student's reading behavior, including fluency, accuracy, expression, and engagement. This will be done informally during the lesson. 2. Comprehension Questions: Following the reading portion of the lesson, the teacher will ask the student comprehension questions to assess their understanding of the text. These questions will cover key aspects of the story, characters, and events. 3. Word Recognition and Decoding Assessment: The teacher will select a few words from the text that the student found challenging during the lesson. The student will be asked to read these words to assess their ability to decode unfamiliar words. 4. Retelling or Summary: The teacher will ask the student to retell or summarize the main events of the story they read during the lesson. This will assess their ability to recall and comprehend the narrative. Assessment Procedure: 1. Observation (During Lesson): The teacher will take notes during the guided reading lesson, paying close attention to the student's reading behaviors and strategies. Observations will include fluency, expression, use of reading strategies (e.g., sounding out words, using picture cues), and engagement with the text. 2. Comprehension Questions (After Reading): After the student has read a portion of the text, the teacher will ask a series of comprehension questions. These questions will vary in complexity and may include questions about characters, settings, events, and the main idea of the text. The student's responses will be noted. 3. Word Recognition and Decoding Assessment (After Reading): The teacher will select 3-5 words from the text that the student struggled with during the lesson. The student will be asked to read these words aloud. The teacher will assess their ability to decode and pronounce these words accurately. 4. Retelling or Summary (After Reading): The teacher will ask the student to retell or summarize the main events of the story they read during the lesson. The student's ability to recall and understand the narrative will be assessed, including the sequencing of events and key details. Scoring and Evaluation: - The assessment will be qualitative, focusing on the student's performance and progress in reading comprehension, decoding, and vocabulary development. - The teacher will use a checklist or rubric to record observations, responses to comprehension questions, and word recognition accuracy. - The assessment will not be graded but will serve as a tool to gauge the student's strengths and areas for improvement. - The teacher will provide constructive feedback based on the assessment results and use this information to plan future lessons and tailor instruction to the student's needs. Assessment Frequency: - This assessment will be conducted periodically to track the student's progress over time. It may be performed after every few guided reading lessons to monitor growth and adjust instruction accordingly. Reporting: - Assessment results and feedback will be shared with the student's parents or guardians to keep them informed about their child's reading development. - The teacher will use the assessment data to inform instructional decisions, such as selecting appropriate reading materials and strategies for future lessons. This assessment plan is designed to provide a holistic view of the student's reading abilities and guide instructional planning to support their ongoing literacy development.
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This is a one-to-one class. Learners will be given individualized attention.
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평균 평점:4.9수강 후기 수:(202)
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Hello! My name is Amy.
I am so happy to see that you are interested in my classes.
Let me tell you a bit about me:
I am so excited about online learning and teaching. My passions encompass education, communications, and technology! Of course, you... 
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