LEarning SEries- Spotlight ON Structured Literacy
New Course Alert: Structured Literacy for Advanced Language Instruction!
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Description: This is a 3-part intensive course that includes a blend of flipped learning between face-to-face learning sessions, a coaching visit of implementation, and evidence of implementation in the classroom. This course is designed to address the most intensive needs in your secondary school building. This includes students who have a diagnosis and/or characteristics of Dyslexia, where data suggests a need for individual or small group, intensified instruction, which may include special education services. This course covers advanced phonics, morphology, spelling, and vocabulary-building evidence-based practices to remediate students 4th grade and beyond. Participants are encouraged to attend as a team to serve as collaborative and accountability partners. Immediate implementation of content into your classroom setting is expected.
What We're Reading..
Shifting the Balance (3-5) By Katie Egan Cunningham
What We love in our Media Library
Intended for Grades 4 to 8. Lexile: BR90L to HL110L. TWERL Phonics: A New Level of Accessible Text for Tweens Developing Their Decoding Skills. TwERL Phonics has been developed specifically for emerging readers in grades 4–8 who are developing their decoding skills. The series is also useful for newcomers with no prior English language skills. Written at emergent and beginning reader levels, the books have been carefully controlled to showcase phonics skills, beginning with CVC words and progressing through long vowels, consonant digraphs, vowel diphthongs, and multisyllabic words. Accompanied by dynamic full-color photos, the engaging storylines are tween-centric and represent a wide variety of genres.
Keystone-Learning On Demand!
Literacy Micro-Credentials at your Fingertips