Lessons-Reading-LearnZillion

Fiction Lessons:

Identify the narrator in a story. click here
Track the setting throughout a story. click here
Develop ideas about characters. click here
Revising the movie in your mind as you read. click hereTrack a character’s development. click here
Determine the theme of a story. click here

Fluency Lessons:
Stop at punctuation marks. click here
Change voice to match end punctuation. click here
Pause for in-sentence punctuation marks. click here
Notice all punctuation when reading. click here
Read fluently by monitoring reading progress. click here


Stop at periods. click here
Pausing at commas. click here
Express emotions at exclamation points. click here
Use a questioning voice at a question mark. click here
Pause at colons. click here

Read fluently by noticing words that stand out. click here

What needs to stand out in this sentence? click here

What does the author want me to notice? click here

Read fluently by noticing dialogue. click here
Understand ways dialogue is written. click here
Read dialogue using dialogue tags. click here
Read dialogue using clue words. click here
Read dialogue using character clues. click here
Change voice to show a character change. click here
Self-correct by re-reading dialogue. click here
Read dialogue fluently by asking questions. click here

Read dialogue following punctuation. click here
Read dialogue by recognizing parts (1). click here
Read dialogue by recognizing parts (2)click here
Read dialogue by recognizing parts (3)click here
Read dialogue by recognizing the speaker. click here
Read dialogue by matching it to characters. click here
Read dialogue by recognizing clue verbs. click here
Read dialogue by recognizing clue adverbs. click here

Phonics Lessons:

Recognizing phonemes in words. click here
Decoding words by segmenting & blending. click here
Decode CVC Words. click here
Decode CVC in a text. click here
3-Phoneme w/ consonant digraphs. click here3-Phoneme w/ consonant digraphs in text. click here
4-Phoneme  starting w/ consonant blends. click here
4-Phoneme w/ initial consonants. click here
4-Phoneme w/ initial con. blend & final e. click here
4-Phoneme initial con. blend & final e in text. click here
5-Phoneme starting & ending in con. blends. click here
5-Phoneme starting with 3 con. blends. click here
5-Phonene starting with 3 con. blend in text. click hereClosed syllables. click here


Short a. click here
Short e. click here
Short i. click here
Short o and u. click here
Multisyllabic words with closed syllables. click here
Long e in open syllable words. click here
Long i in open syllable words. click here
Long o in open syllable words. click here
Long a and u in open syllable words. click here
Open syllable words with long vowel sounds. click here

Words with final e (1). click here
Words with final e (2). click here
Longer words with final e (1). click here
Longer words with final e (2). click here

Open syllable -consonant+le words. click here
Closed syllable -consonant+le words. click here

/ul/ sound as in ‘table’ (1). click here
/ul/ sound as in ‘table’ (2). click here
-ar words in isolation. click here
-ar words in context. click here

R-controlled -or as in ‘fork’ in isolation. click here
R-controlled -or as in ‘fork’ in context. click here
Decoding R-controlled syllables in isolation. click here
Reading R-controlled syllables in context. click here

-er syllables in isolation. click here
-er syllables in context. click here

-ir and -ur syllables in isolation. click here
-ir and -ur syllables in context. click here 

Non-Fiction Lessons:

Use text features to identify what you know. click here
Text features to understand biography. click here
Use clue words to understand unknown word. click here
Main idea of a paragraph. click here
Compare and contrast text to your life. click here
Check understanding by teaching others. click here
Envisioning nonfiction text while reading. click here
Revising thinking based on new information. click here
Use text structure to comprehend text. click here
Main idea of a section of nonfiction text. click here
Main idea of entire nonfiction text. click here
Author’s purpose. click here

Multisyllabic Words:
Breaking words into syllables. click here
Counting by counting vowel sounds. click here
Break words into syllables VC/CV. click hereBreak words into syllables V/CV. click here
Break words into syllables VC/C. click here
Break words into syllables after prefix. click here
Break words into syllables before suffix. click here

Poetry & Figurative Language:
Prepare to read a poem. click here
Visualize a poem. click here
Identify important parts of a poem. click here
Personification in poems. click here
Determine a poet’s message. click here
Distinguish poetry from prose. click here
Predictions about a poem. click hereRead a poem out loud. click here
Visualize a poem’s setting. click here
Reread and retell to understand a poem. click here
Analyze comparisons in a poem. click here
Tracking thoughts while reading poetry. click here“A chip on his shoulder.” click here
“A taste of his own medicine.” click here
“Add fuel to the fire.” click here
“Barking up the wrong tree.” click here
“Bend over backwards.” click here

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