MB's Multi 1-2 Class News
September 25th-September 29th
We also worked on Math By Self and Math With Someone. We learned a new game called Poison which was posted on See Saw. If you haven't signed up for your student's See Saw learning journal account, contact me to ask me how at firstname.lastname@example.org. This game really required the players to think strategically!
Students also completed a beginning of the year writing prompt, and had a bunch of time to practice writing on own in their writer's notebooks, using their own memories and idea maps from a favorite location, as writing topics.
We spent a bunch of time learning how to use all of the choices for Listen to Someone Read and the different head phone options. We also got a new pair of earbuds to place in our own book basket! We discussed the Word Work Independence chart and learned about the six different materials and ways to practice our written sight words. Then we had the chance to use the materials and practice working with words!
With the book "Prairie Chicken Little" we worked on the strategy Use Prior Knowledge to Help with Understanding and to Connect with the Text strategy from the C-comprehension part of our CAFE strategy menu. We also discussed Voracious Reading-you just can't get enough reading, you are an avid enthusiastic reader, and how this helps with expanding your vocabulary, and helps to make you a fluent reader.
We are totally out of space on our current Tune Into Interesting Words and Phrases chart. We have filled up this chart by listening carefully to our read aloud book: The Tale Of Despereaux. Someone said, "Can't we just read the book for like 6 hours?" Yeah, it is that good!
Daily 5 CAFE Up and Running!
QR Code Stories and the New Multi Connect Tool!
Using the I PICK Graphic Organizer to Choose Good Fit Books!
Checking Out Good Fit Books with our Library List!
More Summer Time Fun!
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