Developing Language Skills to Support Literacy Instruction Presenter: Carla Stanford Oral language skills are an essential building block for literacy success. This session focuses on intentional, explicit, and practical teaching strategies that afford students opportunities to leverage and enhance their oral language skills. In addition, rituals and routines that develop Executive Function skills will be woven into the presentation. These strategies will make great additions to your literacy toolbox and just in time for the upcoming school year. Audience: K-5 Teachers Date: July 21st 7:00 to 8:00 pm via Zoom Webinar Cost: Free Register Here for Zoom Webinar: https://form.jotform.com/REAPforms/webinar-developing-languageTRL
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The webinar series will focus on Structured Literacy to encompass both the content and principles of instruction supported by research on the teaching of reading. Structured literacy (SL) teaching is the most effective approach for students who experience unusual difficulty learning to read and spell printed words. IDA-GA and TRL-GA are bringing this series to you at no cost. You may submit speaker questions when you register for each event. Verified attendees of the live events will be invited to fill out a questionnaire and request a certificate of attendance. Each event will be recorded. More information here. Reading Fluency: Essential […]
More information coming soon! The four part webinar series will focus on Structured Literacy to encompass both the content and principles of instruction supported by research on the teaching of reading. Topics include Fluency (January 19), Syntax (February 9), Structured Literacy for Dual Language Learners (March 2), Reading and Writing Connection (April 22).