Reading and Pre-Writing

in English Programs

Read•Write•Explore

Reading and Pre-Writing Fundamentals
For young learners in Grade 1-3
 



Read•Write•Explore gives students the opportunity to practice key reading and writing skills which will help them excel in learning. Each child starts from exploration of books and advances to more complex stages of independent reading. Our program helps ensure that children are introduced to fundamental literacy skills, provide them with the opportunity to master each one of the stages of reading, and provide on-going support to help each student excel in their reading journey!

Supported by effective research methods, our strategy helps build and strengthen core literacy skills in the following areas: print awareness, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.

Students enrolled in our reading and pre-writing program will:

  • Read and Retell familiar stories
  • Develop core reading strategies including rereading, predicting, questioning, and contextualizing to ensure strong comprehension
  • Read orally with reasonable fluency
  • Identify an increasing number of words by sight to help with reading and writing activities.
  • Use letter-sound associations, word parts, and contexts to identify new words
  • Develop basic writing skills


Each class will ensure that students are rapidly mastering core literacy skills and receiving individualized learning instruction at each stage of their reading journey! Enroll your child today and help your child get ahead in class.

 
Grades: 1 ~ 3
Class time: 6:30– 7:30PM every Wednesday
Cost: $350.00+hst for 20 weeks

Why Early Literacy?

Children develop literacy from birth and excel as they develop both a rich vocabulary and a deep understanding of many concepts and language structures.  They develop reasoning, creative thinking and inquiry skills and also learn that the written language is a system for representing oral language. They learn concepts about print (what is a letter, what is a word, directionality) and concepts about books (the purpose of a book and features) and that speech can be segmented into small units of sound and learn how to play with language (phonological awareness) by rhyming, segmenting and blending.

 The result is they learn to read books independently and begin to see themselves as readers and writers.      

Young children who perform better than their peers in reading do so for several reasons, but one of the most overlooked is lack of family talk. Far too many young children come to school with poor oral language skills because they just don't know enough words. The good news is that helping a young child is simple. By engaging kids in rich stories and having meaningful conversations with them we can help improve their oral language skills, which will eventually help them become better readers.

"The first three years of a child’s life have enormous impact on
the development of basic language and cognitive skills and lay the foundation for early literacy development.As parents are their children’s first teachers,they need to be aware of the importance of creating a language- and literacy-rich environment in the home"

 

 

 

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