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This Daily Reading Practice Grade 2 Teacher's Guide includes an explanation of how the program works, help pages, student selections, answer keys (overlaid on student pages), and curriculum objectives.
It accompanies the Daily Reading Practice Grade 2 Student Workbook (optional, not required); for those who don't purchase the workbooks, this guide contains reproducible passages that are to be provided to the students while the teacher writes out the daily questions or asks them verbally.
A reading selection is used for a whole week, and skills are practiced daily with the same selection. Students will complete tasks such as identifying subject and purpose on Monday, engaging in word study on Tuesday, making inferences and relating to prior knowledge on Wednesday, creating graphic organizers and skimming on Thursday, and writing summaries on Friday.
Thirty high-interest reading selections with related questions and assignments are included. Selections cover a variety of subject areas and prepare students to handle passages on standardized tests. Student "help pages" provide useful information about everything from root words to literary techniques to summarizing skills.
Kumon Reading, Grade 2Kumon Publishing North America / Trade Paperback$5.57 Retail:
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BJU Reading Grade 2 Booklinks: Pulling Together, Teaching GuideBJU Press / Other$15.56
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Mama to 7USAAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Good seriesApril 20, 2017Mama to 7USAAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I like this teacher manual. If you need reviewing yourself in terms this is a great book to have. You may not need for earlier years the review but perhaps later? Anyway, good tm. However, I do believe that if you have the money and feel better having the answers you can use this with or without the student books. STudent books save you on printing costs and paper pile up. But you could use the TM by copying the reading passages then doing work orally or in a notebook where you write questions on a board each day. I'm not sure a homeschooling mama would want to do that. You can use the student pages without the TM if you are confident you can read and know the answers yourself. Since I have one TM I plan to buy 3 student bks in other levels and go through each day with my girls. This will help review for me and keep terms & graphs fresh in my mind as I teach them! I do not see a need for TM in the other levels unless I cannot figure out the answers myself which seems unlikely?! Overall this is an excellent program that I highly recommend. It is really easy to use and the concept of a little every day I like and is backed up by studies and the author's teaching experience.