Voice Projection & ModulationProjecting your voice correctly can hold the attention of the audience and boost confidence as a speaker. Voice Modulation is when you control or adjust your voice. It’s when you choose to go louder or softer, faster or slower, dramatic or emotional to communicate your message more effectively.
Phonemes A phoneme is defined as the smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in meaning. Phonemes require readers to notice how letters represent sounds and a way to approach sounding out and reading new words.
Monophthong & DiphthongA monophthong is where there is one vowel sound in a syllable, and a diphthong is where there are two vowel sounds in a syllable. They give meaning to words and create patterns that assist our ability to read correctly.
Syllables A syllable is a part of a word that contains a single vowel sound and that is pronounced as a unit. They greatly affect the rhythm of the language and its stress patterns.
Word Stress & Silent LettersWord stress determines which vowels in a word will be pronounced with a clear vowel. A silent letter is an informal term for a letter of the alphabet that is usually left unpronounced. Thanks to silent letters, you can know the difference between two, to, and too!
Key Events & SequencesKey events are occurrences or instances that are very critical/important in a character's life. sequencing allows students to make sense of how events unfold in their reading. The beginning, the middle and the end.
Compare & ContrastCompare & Contrast improves comprehension by highlighting important details, the ability to sort, classify and ability to evaluate
Cause & EffectUnderstanding the cause/effect text structure is essential in learning. It helps us to identify what happens and why it happens. Cause happens first and tells us why it happened. Effect happens after cause and tells us what happened.
Conflict & ResolutionThrough Conflict & Resolution, students learn about challenges, the cause of it and possible solutions for it. This learning is essential and can be replicated in real lives.
Summary vs Point of ViewSummarizing helps students to learn the technique of taking out the most important ideas from a text. Point of view can be used to express the feelings, thoughts, motivations, and experiences, which is very critical to your learning.
Performance PreparationA thorough revisit of the song preparation for your upcoming certification ceremony
Final PerformanceA culminating performance by you in front of your friends and family showcasing your talent