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Compuread Level 1 Story 4 Tin Man In A Pit

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Compuread Level 1 Story 4 Tin Man In A Pit
Published 3/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 422.40 MB | Duration: 0h 53m

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

What you'll learn
Students will learn sounds of letters; r, m, n and p
Learn Reading Comprehension Skills of; Literal, Inference, Critical
Learn Picture Comprehension Skills of; Observation, Obvious Clues, Description or Translation, Unobvious Clues
Learn critical skills about reading and spelling such as; body writing, phrases, poems and rhymes.
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.
NOTE: THE DESCRIPTION BELOW APPLIES TO ALL 3 MODULESLevel 1 Story 4, Tin Man in a Pit is part of the 68 story lecture series of the CompuRead Multisensory Reading Program and is a story about Pat, a tin man and how he saves the town he lives in, Tin Town, from the angry Prince of Doom.Craydon, Tin Man Pat's good friend, helps Tin Man Pat go on a quest to find the magic oil that when applied to the rusty town's people will turn them into "real" people who can run, think and read.Tin Man Pat started on his journey to find the magic oil and has several adventures along the way including falling into a watery pit.Tin Man Pat is saved by a good friend, Sam, who pulls him from the wet and muddy pit. They both find the lid that contains the magic oil.They return to Tin Town and the oil is applied to all the town's people and it works wonders including turning all the tin people in town into real people.Everyone was happy including all the children who were now learning to read. They read about things they had never known before.Everyone was happy., except the Prince of Doom.LISTENING TO THE STORY NARRATED adds greatly to the learning process. It helps the student to learn in three ways:• Listening with the audio narration.• Seeing the words on the computer's screen.• Seeing the words on the screen and how they are spelled and pronounced by the narrator, all in a real human voice, not a computerized voice common in today's digital learning world.As with all CompuRead stories, it includes relevant questions with answers to further help the student to fully understand the concepts being taught.THE PHONICS, WRITING AND SPELLING section emphasizes listening. This helps the student to understand how the target sounds, r, n, m and p are formed and sounded along with recognizing the spoken sound.This section also includes:• Writing Directions• Body Writing• Sound Sentences• Letter Blends, and• Questions about the letters just learnedFICTION AND NON-FICTION WRITING works with the student in writing about the main idea or value theme as it relates to the student's own personal experiences. As always, this section provides the student with story starters and synonyms to assist the student in their creative writing efforts.VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSIVE SPEAKING shows the student how words are expressed in a higher meaning. This greatly enhances the student's ability to associate lower vocabulary words with higher vocabulary words. Throughout the CompuRead lessons, the Vocabulary and Expressive Speaking section is invaluable in building a powerful and diverse vocabulary for future creative writing and speaking.SCIENCE BACKGROUND tells about the science of fig trees and how they are used and where they are grown and is easily understandable for children to fully understand the life cycle of a fig tree.STORY MAPPING provides the student with a head start in understanding the story's structure and layout. It explains many aspect of story construction and flow, demonstrating to the student advanced story telling aspects, concepts and techniques.HOME FUN continues with providing fun and engaging activities the student can do at home to enhance the overall story structure and concepts learned.The READING SKILLS REVIEW provides a way for the student and teacher to review the concepts learned and tracks the student's progress through the CompuRead program.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 About Level 1 Story 4 Tin Man in a Pit
Lecture 2 Level 1 Story 4 Module 1 Steps 1-2
Lecture 3 Level 1 Story 4 Module 1 Step 3
Lecture 4 Level 1 Story 4 Module 2 Steps 4-6
Lecture 5 Level 1 Story 4 Module 3 Steps 7-9
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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