Language Classes for Spoken English, Elocution, Effective Communication and Speech & Drama

Sharmistha Choudhary MobilePhone +919821169000 sharmistha@creativeorators.com

Phonics & Reading

DRAMA & READING CLUB

We believe reading is contagious and every child can catch the reading bug! The Reading Club conducts reading programs all year-round for children aged 3 to 12 years of age. It offers a mix of reading, audiovisual learning, vocabulary boosters, theatre games, art and craft, creative writing, and activity sheets depending on the age and ability of every child. Kids get smarter and make friends even as they’re having fun with award winning, international children’s books at The Reading Club.

Program benefits:
Overall
– Develops a lifelong love for reading. Stimulates the imagination and creative impulse. Promotes joy and satisfaction in children by creating a safe, non-competitive environment that celebrates every child’s unique abilities.

Academic – Boosts vocabulary and improves grammar. Improves concentration and fosters academic discipline needed for success at school. Furthers general knowledge and encourages an enlightened worldview. Readers are known to improve their IQ by several points.

Life Skills – Introduces complex emotions, and circumstances so that children are better equipped to handle their changing world. Readers are known to have better EQ. Promotes empathy and an ethical worldview. Encourages spoken language confidence in group settings. Encourages a safe, lifelong hobby that offers both wisdom and relief from stress.

BENEFITS

CHILDREN WILL

  • Develop an interest in reading books
  • An Enjoyable and easy way for your child to develop many literacy skills.
  • Your child will develop fluency or the ability to read smoothly and with expression.
  • They will learn new vocabulary words and be exposed to new ideas and concepts.
  • Through the discussion that takes place your child will develop a deeper understanding of books,
  • They will consider others’ perspectives on the same book and practice analyzing the books he reads.
  • Help children develop important language skills.
  • Book discussions help children practice turn-taking,
  • We will encourage them to use language to analyze, make predictions and solve problems
  • We will provide them with opportunities to try out new vocabulary words.
  • Encourage students to form opinions about what they read, and express and support these opinions with peers.

 

tick ACTIVITIES PROPOSED FOR KG – JR/SR KG (ONE BOOK FOR 1-2 MONTHS)

AimsTO DEVELOP Early Literacy, Vocabulary & Language Skills, Imagination, A Lifelong Love Affair with Books.

TO HELP Children learn to enjoy, understand, recall and retell stories (a key Early Literacy skill),

TO HELP Children use an enhanced vocabulary and show a distinct fondness for books and an eagerness to learn to read.

Storytelling

A trained storyteller narrates stories from the best in children’s literature from India & abroad. Children learn to retell stories with props.

Art-Craft activity

Brings to life characters from the book. Excellent prop for role-play.

​​Role-play activity OR GAME

Enhances communication skills using situations from the book.

Take-home worksheet​

Enhances key developmental skills using situations from the book.

Vocabulary Discussion

​Reinforces new words from each story.

Performance for parents

A performance will be showcased for parents.

 

tick ACTIVITIES PROPOSED FOR STD I/II (ONE BOOK EVERY 2 MONTHS)

  1. Discussions, arts and crafts
  2. Comprehension Skills
  3. Activities to develop creative imagination
  4. Form and share opinions
  5. Dramatization
  6. Performance for parents
  7. Extra book given for reading &Reading record to be maintained

 

tick ACTIVITIES PROPOSED FOR STD III/IV (ONE BOOK EVERY 2 MONTHS)

  1. Discussions & Arts and Crafts
  2. Comprehension Skills
  3. Activities to develop Creative Imagination
  4. Form and share opinions
  5. Dramatization
  6. Performance for parents
  7. Book review skills
  8. Writing activities to develop creative writing
  9. Extra book given for reading &reading record to be maintained

tick ACTIVITIES PROPOSED FOR STD V/VI  (ONE BOOK EVERY 3 MONTHS)

  1. Discussions  and activities
  2. Comprehension Skills
  3. Activities to develop Creative Imagination
  4. Form and share opinions
  5. Dramatization
  6. Performance for parents
  7. Writing activities to develop creative writing
  8. Book review skills
  9. To talk and share their opinions.

Extra book given for reading & reading record to be maintained

Creative Orators ( earlier Conversational Skills)

Classes in Spoken English Elocution & Effective Communication

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PHONICS & READING ( Duration June 2015- March 2016)

  1. Why teach phonics?
  • The ability to read and write well is a vital skill for all children, paving the way for an enjoyable and successful school experience.
  • Phonics helps children to develop good reading and spelling skills
  • We use a synthetic scheme called ‘Letters and Sounds’ as our teaching resource.

 

  1. Why synthetic phonics?

Synthetic phonics is simply the ability to convert a letter or letter group into sounds that are then blended together into a word.

 

So, why do we teach phonics?

We teach phonics . . . because Phonics gives us the  TOOLS we need to learn thousands of words without depending upon memorization!

 

  1. Jolly Phonics
  • Each sound is supported by a story and action.
  • Children use movement, sight, hearing and speech to remember.
  • It is learning by fun

Jr KG Level 1 syllabus

1

 

Letter Sounds  (42 sounds)

Blending

Children then begin to blend for reading.

Letter Formation

  • Finger Phonics books
  • On the board
  • In the air

Pencil Hold

  • Tripod grip
  • ‘Froggy legs’
  • Movement

Segmenting

  • Children need to be able to hear a whole word and say every sound that they hear .

Dictation

  • Dictate letter sounds
  • Simple 2 letter words
  • Writing is not stressed at this stage

 

SR KG ( Level 2) syllabus

2

Revision of Letter Sounds  (42 sounds)

Blending

Children then begin to blend bigger words for reading.

Letter Formation

  • Finger Phonics books
  • On the board
  • In the air

Pencil Hold

  • Tripod grip
  • ‘Froggy legs’
  • Movement

Segmenting

  • Children need to be able to hear a whole word and say every sound that they hear .

Dictation

  • CVC words
  • 2 letter, 3 letter and 4 letter words

tick Reading Tricky Words

tick Reading  independently

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