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Language Arts club


PLAY Language Arts is a reading and writing course for students of 3rd/4th grade language arts levels. Students will be guided to learn fundamentals of Language Arts, including but not limited to vocabulary, reading comprehension, grammar, organizing writing and visual representation. Upon completing these lessons, they will gain growth in reading and writing skills. 

If interested, please check out our syllabus Here!


Hello, my name is Selina Lai. I’m the reading instructor of the PLAY Language Arts class I am currently thirteen years old. I go to the Dorris-Eaton private school in 8th grade. I enjoy reading and writing stories. I have finished all the levels of Reading Kumon and my reading level is 12th grade (Lexile test). After all this, I consider reading comprehension overall an enjoyable and exciting concept that is worth spending time on.

I have been writing my own stories since I was in kindergarten. I remember picking up a piece of lined paper at recess on a rainy day and writing a story about a kingdom full of talking candy. I have been hooked on reading books since my grandma read me small picture books when I was about one year old. That is why I’m really passionate about the aspects of reading and writing and why I volunteered to instruct PLAY Language Arts.

I live with my mom, dad, and brother Jason in Dublin, California. I like playing tennis, swimming, and taking photos.

I am really excited to teach the PLAY Language Arts club and I look forward to sharing the joys of reading with my students.

Lily Yuan is a 8th grader at Harvest Park Middle School. She has loved reading and writing since kindergarten. She started writing stories in first grade with her own illustrations. She also enjoys playing the piano and is currently a PLAY Music piano tutor. She has passion to help people grow, and hopes to share her love of reading and writing with those in PLAY Language Arts.

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lily yuan - Language arts co-president

Current subgroup leaders

Selina Lai - Language Arts co-president

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