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These resources are intended to support educators in providing high quality literacy instruction and support for struggling readers pre-K through grade 12. A variety of different topics are covered, from semantics, phonics, and understanding how words are built, to monitoring student progress and learning how to comfortably talk about dyslexia. Each helpful video and presentation ends with a quick quiz that covers the most important points. Simply search for the topic you’d like to teach for all the literacy resources you need.
In the early grades, syllabication begins with phonological awareness activities that include identifying accenting in multisyllabic words. Next, this webinar takes a look at activities for identifying the vowel sounds in one-syllable written words by applying the six syllable patterns. Finally, participants will learn strategies for supporting students’ ability to decode unknown words through the syllable division rules. This webinar is designed for preschool through third grade teachers, leaders and specialists.
This webinar, intended for teachers of students in preschool to second grade, focuses on understanding how words are built on morphemes (meaningful parts). With one foot in each domain of the Simple View of Reading, morphology plays a role in vocabulary development and supports spelling and decoding. Join Robi to learn the intricacies of morphology and apply that knowledge in classroom activities.