Read to Someone Station

First Grade Teachers' Office Hours

Should you need any help during this eLearning Day, you will be able to contact us at school during the Open Lab days that have been scheduled.


Mrs. Martin Mon., 2:45-5:30, Thurs., 2:45-4:00 mailto:martind@swparke.k12.in.us

Mrs. Shew Thurs., 3:00-5:30, Sat., 7:45-9:15 mailto:shewl@swparke.k12.in.us

Mrs. Edington Mon., 2:45-5:00, Sat., 9:00-10:45 mailto:edingtonk@swparke.k12.in.us

Lesson Objectives

Students will improve their reading fluency and comprehension by reading to someone and listening to someone else read.

Time (Approximately 18 minutes)

Introduction

During the school day, you would choose a book from your book box, classroom library, or a book from EPIC! to read to and with a classmate. Reading to and listening to a friend or an adult read helps you with your reading comprehension and helps you improve your reading fluency to become a stronger reader.

Instruction

We have included another free reading website the Department of Education has provided free access for all Indiana students and families until the end of 2016. Use this website to choose a book to read with someone.


As you read, be sure to listen to signal words that tell you when the order of events happens. Who are the characters? When and where is the story happening? What is happening? Why is the event happening? How is the problem solved?


Enjoy reading on this new site today!

Read to Someone Station

Activities

Spend 18 minutes reading from MyOn Reading website.


Be sure to record the title of the book or books that you read today.

Assessment

Fiction Book--Retell, or summarize, the story to your reading partner.

Nonfiction Book--State the main idea, or what your book was mostly about, to your reading partner.

Extension

Explore the following if you need additional help with your reading comprehension, please try one of the following online activities.