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Into the Book | Making Connections
Into the Book | Making Connections
Clip 14:40 - This 15-minute instructional television program is meant for use in K-3 classrooms. In this episode, Mrs. Pingel teaches students how to make text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections using a newspaper article. During self-selected reading, Julia goes into the book ‘Solo Girl,’ where she is able to help a character named Cass by making connections. Later the strategy is useful in her karate class.
What Makes Reading Fun?
What Makes Reading Fun?
Clip 6:40 - A school is focusing on the reading comprehension strategies 'Making Connections,' 'Asking Questions,' and 'Visualizing.' students created a movie to help teach their peers to use the strategies when they read.
Blending Lesson - Hooked on Phonics
Blending Lesson - Hooked on Phonics
Clip 2:52 - Blending Lesson - Hooked on Phonic Learn to Read. This video is part of the Hooked on Phonics® Learn to Read Kindergarten and is designed for children ages 4 to 6.
Oh The Things You Can See!
Oh The Things You Can See!
Clip/Story 2:40 - Oh The Things You Can See! It's a Kids Educational video that's part of Pumpernickel Park TV Shows Online.
Singular & Plural Nouns - Basic English Grammar - Lesson 2
Singular & Plural Nouns - Basic English Grammar - Lesson 2
Clip 3:26 - Lesson 2 - Singular and Plural Nouns 2. Learn some more basic English nouns, and some of the many ways that plurals can be formed. Pay close attention to the patterns of the singular nouns and the plurals that they form. Some nouns are irregular and must be memorized. Enjoy!