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Compuread Level 1 Story 2 Jag A Jag

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Compuread Level 1 Story 2 Jag A Jag
Published 3/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 481.22 MB | Duration: 0h 50m

Multisensory Beginning Reading and Writing for the Pre-K and Kindergarten Student​

What you'll learn
Learn all the phonetic elements of the English Language
Learn how to become a fluent reader
Learn Reading Comprehension Skills of; Literal, Inference and Critical
Learn Picture Comprehension Skills of; Observation, Obvious Clues, Description or Translation, Unobvious Clues
Early reading intervention for all students beginning their learning to read experience
The suggested student background would be to have an understanding of basic understanding of English and the ability to follow simple directions. If the student is just entering kindergarten, CompuRead recommends to begin with the How to Prepare Your Child Successfully for Kindergarten.
This story is part of the 68 story lecture series within the CompuRead Multisensory Reading Program.Level 1 - Story 2 Jag-a-Jag is a story about our friend Tad and his farm accident. He broke his leg when a hay bale fell on it and now has a cast that limits his abilities to do his chores.In the PRESTORY BACKGROUND Tad is helped by his parents to do his chores and gets a "farm car" so he might more easily get around the farm.His car needs gas and the two farm cats, Tat Cat and Alley Cat, help Tad out by bringing him gas for his car to make it go.With everyone's help, Tad is now able to do his chores and have lots of fun and all the work turned in to play.Jag a Jag is an excellent story that merges the a, j, g, sounds into easy to read and learn from sentences on a child's level.PHONICS, WRITING AND SPELLING emphasizes the phonetic elements of j, g, and their sounds and the many words that contain these letters. This lesson compares the j and g with the "soft" and "hard" sounds. In addition, the letter 'k' is also referenced and the student is shown the difference between the hard 'c' and the 'k' sound.In the PHONICS, WRITING AND SPELLING section there are several activities for learning the letters j and g. Some of the activities are:• Listening to My Own Voice• Auditory Recognition• Writing Directions• Body Writing Letters and Letter Blends• Sound Sentences using the letters g and j, and• Quickie QuestionsThis lesson also introduces many parts of written sentences preparing the student to become effective and efficient writers.FICTION/NON-FICTION WRITING has plenty of writing opportunities and explains what a genre is and how it applies to writing fiction and non-fiction.VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSIVE SPEAKING emphasizes listening, rhyming, tongue twisters, sight words and phrases.SCIENCE BACKGROUND discusses cars and how they have evolved over the years. It talks about cars that use gas and cars of the future.STORY MAPPING challenges the young reader to answer questions about story composition and how the parts of this story fit together. It also shows how the story is composed and is intended to be read, allowing the reader to "make sense" of what was read.HOME FUN continues with fun activities for the reader to do at home.Let's now read about the letters g, j, and k with the story of Jag a Jag.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 About Level 1 Story 2 Jag a Jag
Lecture 2 Level 1 Story 2 Module 1 Steps 1 & 2
Lecture 3 Level 1 Story 2 Module 1 Step 3
Lecture 4 Level 1 Story 2 Module 2 Step 4
Lecture 5 Level 1 Story 2 Module 2 Step 5
Lecture 6 Level 1 Story 2 Module 2 Step 6
Lecture 7 Level 1 Story 2 Module 3 Steps 7, 8 & 9
Beginning students starting out in the learning to read process.,Parents seeking a highly effective reading method to teach a young to read fluently read.,Student struggling in learning to read due to a learning disability, such as dyslexia.,The gifted dyslexic child struggling in learning to read.


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