I created this presentation to assist my son with his vocabulary words. It's the third one we've done and it's really improved his vocabulary grades. It incorporates reading, audio, and visual learning techniques. We put this presentation together...
Feeling + Action. This video describes a writing strategy to support students in making their written work work more detailed and exciting. Descriptive writing is a lifetime skill for all learners!
In this video, I was modeling reading for one of my students. I wanted her to hear what fluent reading sounds like. We were using a "close reading" passage.
A four year old completes the first lesson in Alpha-phonics. The video was cut short, so the remaining ten to twenty seconds is shown in part 2.
Students got a chance to not only research their black history topic, but became them. History to me is fun! The students learned about the lives and people of the past. They asked questions and worked hard to demonstrate their knowledge.
Orion, at 19 mos., has fun naming the letters on the fridge. Magnetic letters are great educational toys for early phonics activities.
Maria gives evidence that early readers excel. At age 3 yrs. 6 mos., she reads new material fluently because she applies the principles of phonics that she has learned since she was 15 mos. old. She now has the key to unlock the door of knowledge...
At age 1 yr. 5 mos., Timmy is able to recognize capital letters by using the three sensory learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. With lots of praise and repetition, he quickly masters this skill.
Timmy, now 3 yrs. 11 mos. old, is easily reading an advanced first-grade reading book. He has become an independent reader at this young age because of a strong phonics foundation.
Big sister helps her little brother, age 1 yr. 11 mos., learn the names and sounds of the letters by using basic flashcards! Who said kids don't like flashcards?!
At 2 yrs., 1 month old, Orion knows most of the letter sounds and has fun supplying the sounds for mommy during breakfast time.
Timmy is 2 yrs., 8 mos. old and is using the phonics method (sounding out each letter) to read brand new words. Making it a game of Bingo adds to the fun and excitement.
This is a quick preview of an integrated lesson of reading, writing, social studies, and technology, by using the novel, James and the Giant Peach.
Last day teaching at Megumi Kindergarten with Fidel S. (Ashikaga, Japan). The lesson theme was Hawaii Day. I taught them how to play Ukulele and show them video's of Ukulele, volcanoes, Hula dance and marine life in Hawaii. They also were able to...