This is a guided reading lesson on the book Owen, by Kevin Henkes. The guided reading level is level K. Using this book, students will learn how to go back to the book to find text that supports their answers.
I can’t stress enough how important guidance is, especially at the beginning. So don’t try to figure things out for yourself, because that’s a surefire way to get frustrated. And you’ll probably develop some bad habits along the way.
If you do want to start learning on your own from home then an in depth guitar lesson dvd course is probably the best bet. While more expensive the the ebook and video products discussed before the amount of lesson content in these programs is 10 times greater.
I always considered a Unit Plan similar to a road Atlas. It is a tool that helps get to where you want to go over a period of time. I considered a english teachers as a daily itinerary. Both were vital to the success of my journey. With that in mind, lets consider the important use of each item.
Objectives: Students will be able to read book with fluency and comprehension, and will learn how to go back to the text and locate passages to support their thinking.
You could also create a “rewards program” at home. Offer your child a reward for practicing 30 minutes a day. Try your best to not make it bribery. You know what your kid likes. Use these things to entice her to practice and to take it seriously. When your kid learns a new song, you need to applaud her for the accomplishment and to encourage her to keep practicing and learning new songs.
Start your piano lessons with good piano habits, and these habits will stay with you for the rest of your lessons. Take the time to establish a schedule, and follow your lesson plan exactly as it is laid out. You will get the best results this way, and will be playing the piano much faster, and you will love your lessons even more.