These additional activities provide teachers with the opportunity to meet their students’ literacy levels and personal interests as well as additional practice. These activities may also be assigned to more advanced students who progress more rapidly than their classmates. New workplace skills are also introduced.
|Additional Activities||Teacher guide||Media links|
|1: Family Talk||Student handouts|
|2: Science Class||Student handouts|
|3: A Disagreement||Student handouts|
|4: Coming in Late||Student handouts|
|5: Math is Fun||Student handouts|
|6. First Day at Work||Student handouts|
Note: We suggest that you encourage students to access websites and videos online when it is possible. MP4s of videos are available for students who have no internet access at home or for teachers with poor internet access in school. MP3 podcasts of student stories and video transcripts are also available. These podcasts encourage students to practice reading independently and work on their fluency.