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6110 Word Study: Strategies to Develop Phonics, Spelling, and Vocabulary in 2-3 Class
The relationship between the phonological aspects of language (the sounds) and the graphic signs (the letters and combinations of letters) is an important source of information for readers. To help young readers to use the most efficient approach possible to solve words and have many different ways to solve them, students need many encounters with letters and words in a variety of instructional contexts. This workshop will focus on six important areas for learning phonics and word study identified by Fountas and Pinnell (2016): Letter-Sound Relationships, Spelling Patterns, High-Frequency Words, Word Meaning and Vocabulary, Word Structure, and Word-Solving Actions. Participants will walk away with a magnetic letter kit and other resources to support word study in their own classrooms. The intended audience for this workshop includes classroom teachers of grades 2-3, literacy specialists/coaches, and resource room teachers.
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