Ms. Greer - Reading Tchrdr suess


Reading Specialist: Ms. Greer
 
Email: Greerkm@pwcs.edu

Office Hours: Tue-Fri 9:00-9:30


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Hello, my name is Kerianne Greer and I am the Reading Specialist at Porter Traditional School. I am excited to continue my work this year and help students grow into life long readers and writers! Before taking on the role of the Reading Specialist, I was a former first grader teacher here at Porter. I am going into my seventh year as being apart of this amazing Porter family.  I am so excited to see each and every one of you and look forward to a year of learning!

QuickLinks:
Student Canvas: Link
Parent Canvas: Link
Zoom Sign In: Link
ParentVue: Link
Student Password Reset: Link

Contact Info and Office Hours:
Email: greerkm@pwcs.edu

Office Hours: TBD-Monday
Tuesday-Friday from 9:00-9:30 am. Please reach out through email if you need to make an appointment to meet.



Canvas Resources:
 What is Canvas and Zoom?
Parent Canvas Orientation

Canvas Student Guide
Student Video Guides

2020-21 School Year 

We know that there are a lot of questions about the upcoming school year and what it will look like. Please refer to the following county resources and check this page throughout the summer for updates concerning your child's education. We look forward to working with you in whatever capacity possible as we stay safe this school year.

The main way that we will be communicating instruction will be through the use of Zoom and Canvas. Canvas is a Learning Management System that allows teachers to virtually deliver content to students. Please explore the resources below to help you better understand Canvas.


County Return to Learn Plan

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Reading Strategies:


Prompts to ask your child if they get stuck on a word while reading:

  • Look at the picture.
  • Get your mouth ready to say the first sound.  (example - /c/ in cat)
  • Stretch out the word. (example - /c/ /a/ /t/)
  • Look for known chunks in the word. (example - /ch/ and /at/ in chat)
  • Flip the vowel sound. (example - A can say /a/ like cat or /a/ like cake)
  • What word would make sense in this sentence?



After your child reads a book ask him/her questions (encourage your child to use text evidence when answering questions) such as:

  • Who were the characters? 
  • What are some similarities and differences among two characters in the book?
  • What was the setting? Did the setting change?
  • What was the conflict/problem?
  • What was the resolution/solution?
  • What was the most important event that happened? Why?
  • What did this story make you think of?
  • What surprised you in this text?
  • What questions do you have while reading this text?