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--Advanced Course: Digging Deeper into the Essential Instructional Practice #4 & #5
It is paramount for students to acquire the ability to decode and read words accurately. Teaching reading requires imperative student learning of foundational skills.This professional learning opportunity invites participants to dig deeper into Essential Instructional Practices #4 and #5 by engaging in the research behind phonological awareness and letter-sound relationships. Participants will walk away with specific instructional strategies to support teacher implementation.
Target Audience
Early Literacy Teachers in Grades K-2nd. Teachers 3-5 that have struggling readers.
Learner Outcomes

1. Participants will identify the research behind foundational reading skills of phonological awareness and alphabetic principle.

2. Participants will engage in deep discussion around the evidence based instructional strategies to support learners with phonological awareness and alphabetic principle deficits.

3. Participants will connect learning to IES Practice Guides and Essential Literacy Practice #4 and #5.

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02/02/2021 8:30 AM-11:30 AM2Kalamazoo RESA Service Center (1819 E. Milham Ave) Evidence Based Reading Instruction 9999

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