BUILDING BLOCKS FOR LITERACY

 Building Blocks for Literacy

Do you want to ensure that your child is aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)?  Do you want your child to be able to excel in reading?  If so, then this is the class for you!  This class includes comprehensive core reading and language arts instruction which focuses on reading, language arts and writing standards.  The instruction addresses the essential building blocks for reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension, while focusing on 21st century skills including critical thinking and problem solving; communication and collaboration; and creativity and innovation.  Using a balanced literacy and multisensory approach, you and your child will be individually assessed and evaluated to determine the specific deficits and strengths in these literacy domains. Instruction will include multiple modalities of learning, including, but not limited to: visual/auditory/kinesthetic and tactile/verbal-linguistic/logical-mathematical/musical/interpersonal/intrapersonal/bodily-kinesthetic/visual-spatial and naturalistic.  The class fee also includes session feedback of strengths and deficits and recommendations/interventions that can be used at home.

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Our Coach Saadia

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Saadia is a skillful elementary teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience in the public and private sectors of education.  For the past 3 years,  she has been serving as a TESOL/ESL teacher for a company that teaches English to students who live overseas. Saadia has taught grades K to 5 and served as a Title 1 teacher to provide interventions and academic support to 5th graders at risk of being retained.  She believes that instructional practices should be individualized and the data should be the number one factor to determine a student’s academic path to success.  

 

Saadia has designed and implemented multi-faceted lesson plans to reflect the ever changing tapestries of student growth.  As a kindergarten teacher, her students experienced reading and math success one and sometimes even two years above their grade level, due to her belief in the multiple intelligence theories of learning and her varied instructional strategies that satisfied all modalities of learning.  Saadia has served as a mentor teacher to individuals in their Master’s program and trained new teachers within her classroom, when she worked in Brooklyn, on inquiry based learning/executive functioning skills and curricular alignment with the Common Core State Standards.

 

Saadia holds her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from St. Joseph’s University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Justice System Services from Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  During her undergraduate studies, she became a member of the NIKE P.L.A.Y Corps (Participate in the Lives of American Youth) and the Black Women in Sports Foundation under the direction of Tina Sloan Green.  Within the program, Saadia was guided and mentored under the leadership of WNBA basketball legend, Dawn Staley.

 

As an Autism Specialist, Saadia designed and implemented behavioral treatment plans for students in the home, school and community environments.  She attended training’s on Functional Behavior Assessments and Comprehensive Assessment Planning, which allowed her to systematically collect data about children’s behaviors, consequences of the behavior and actions prior to the behavior (A-B-C) to determine the best course of treatment planning.  Saadia believes learning should be fun, engaging, attainable and accessible to all students.  She shares former president, John F. Kennedy’s belief that, “Not every child has an equal talent or an equal ability or an equal motivation, but children have the equal right to develop their talent, their ability, and their motivation.”

Teacher Saadia Shows Us a Glimpse of Her Reading Classes! Click the video below.

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LITERACY?

 

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DO YOU NEED A TUTOR FOR

 

LITERACY?

 

BROOKLYN LETTERS CAN HELP!

CONTACT US

 Building Blocks for Literacy

Do you want to ensure that your child is aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)?  Do you want your child to be able to excel in reading?  If so, then this is the class for you!  This class includes comprehensive core reading and language arts instruction which focuses on reading, language arts and writing standards.  The instruction addresses the essential building blocks for reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension, while focusing on 21st century skills including critical thinking and problem solving; communication and collaboration; and creativity and innovation.  Using a balanced literacy and multisensory approach, you and your child will be individually assessed and evaluated to determine the specific deficits and strengths in these literacy domains. Instruction will include multiple modalities of learning, including, but not limited to: visual/auditory/kinesthetic and tactile/verbal-linguistic/logical-mathematical/musical/interpersonal/intrapersonal/bodily-kinesthetic/visual-spatial and naturalistic.  The class fee also includes session feedback of strengths and deficits and recommendations/interventions that can be used at home.

, Brooklyn Letters

Looking for an Online Literacy Tutoring Services? Contact Us!

Our Coach Saadia

, Brooklyn Letters

Saadia is a skillful elementary teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience in the public and private sectors of education.  For the past 3 years,  she has been serving as a TESOL/ESL teacher for a company that teaches English to students who live overseas. Saadia has taught grades K to 5 and served as a Title 1 teacher to provide interventions and academic support to 5th graders at risk of being retained.  She believes that instructional practices should be individualized and the data should be the number one factor to determine a student’s academic path to success.  

 

Saadia has designed and implemented multi-faceted lesson plans to reflect the ever changing tapestries of student growth.  As a kindergarten teacher, her students experienced reading and math success one and sometimes even two years above their grade level, due to her belief in the multiple intelligence theories of learning and her varied instructional strategies that satisfied all modalities of learning.  Saadia has served as a mentor teacher to individuals in their Master’s program and trained new teachers within her classroom, when she worked in Brooklyn, on inquiry based learning/executive functioning skills and curricular alignment with the Common Core State Standards.

 

Saadia holds her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from St. Joseph’s University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Justice System Services from Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  During her undergraduate studies, she became a member of the NIKE P.L.A.Y Corps (Participate in the Lives of American Youth) and the Black Women in Sports Foundation under the direction of Tina Sloan Green.  Within the program, Saadia was guided and mentored under the leadership of WNBA basketball legend, Dawn Staley.

 

As an Autism Specialist, Saadia designed and implemented behavioral treatment plans for students in the home, school and community environments.  She attended training’s on Functional Behavior Assessments and Comprehensive Assessment Planning, which allowed her to systematically collect data about children’s behaviors, consequences of the behavior and actions prior to the behavior (A-B-C) to determine the best course of treatment planning.  Saadia believes learning should be fun, engaging, attainable and accessible to all students.  She shares former president, John F. Kennedy’s belief that, “Not every child has an equal talent or an equal ability or an equal motivation, but children have the equal right to develop their talent, their ability, and their motivation.”

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