Learning to Read
Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Spelling, and Fluency
July 21, 2021 9AM to 12 PM CENTRAL Time ONLINE
Becoming Proficient Readers!
Who Should Attend?
- Authentic and engaging ideas for teaching phonemic awareness
- Activities for teaching students to blend and segment letters and words
- Strategies for explicit decoding and encoding instruction
- How to structure the word learning block
- Learn a developmentally appropriate scope and sequence for learning to read words in isolation and in connected texts
- Ideas for authentically building student's vocabulary
- Fluency practice Ideas
- Center Ideas for making & practicing words
- Word work strategies & activities that build word knowledge
- And Much More!
Meet the Presenter
"It was great! There were lots of take aways that can be implemented immediately, Liked being able to grow and learn in the comfort of my home." -Yvonne, K-5 Interventionist
"It truly was a wonderful training packed with effective approaches that supports my goal as a teacher to empower my students as thinkers, readers, and writers." -Melissa, 4th Grade Teacher
$75 Per Participant
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Kelly Harmon & Associates.
374 Lantana Crossing
Spring Branch, TX 78070
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From Phonics to Fluency Seminar
Wednesday, July 21st, 9am
This is an online event.
From Phonics to Fluency
3 Hours of Professional Development will be earned through this seminar
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Practicing Skills, Processes, & Strategies
Kelly Harmon & Robert Marzano teamed up to write Practicing Skills, Strategies, & Processes. The book is part of the Essentials for Achieving Rigor Series.
Practicing Skills, Strategies, & Processes: Classroom Techniques to Help Students Develop Proficiency explores explicit techniques for mastering this crucial strategy of instructional practice. It includes:
- Explicit steps for implementation
- Recommendations for monitoring students’ ability to develop fluent thinking
- Adaptations for students who struggle, have special needs, or excel in learning
- Examples and non-examples from classroom practice
- Common mistakes and ways to avoid them