My students need read aloud books on CD for a listening center.
This project expired on May 27, 2018.
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My students walk into our classroom every day full of life, ready to learn, and excited for what is in store for them that day. My students come from many backgrounds of broken families, races, cultures, and high poverty living situations. My students put all their personal lives aside to come into our classroom wanting to learn something new. My students come to school wanting to make their lives better and try hard to please me throughout the day. I cannot control what happens outside of school, but I do my best every day to make sure they are safe, loved, and confident learners. After all, kindergarten is where we build a solid foundation for the rest of their educational careers.
Kindergarteners are beginning readers who learn about print and book awareness, such as, reading left to write, recognizing that letters make sounds that form words, which direction to hold and flip through a book, and more! A listening center will help model these skills for students through following along word for word while hearing the story being read aloud.
My students will gain confidence and daily practice through the use of a listening center where they will follow along to stories being read to them.
Students will be prompted when to turn pages and recognize sight words and developmentally appropriate vocabulary words. Students will be assisted in sounding out more challenging vocabulary words by listening to the stories.
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