Explicit and Systematic Strategies to Build Foundational Reading Skills, Confidence, and Motivation in Grades K-12
In this engaging, hands-on presentation, participants will learn practical strategies for explicit and systematic reading instruction that can be immediately used in the classroom. The strategies taught make sense of the English language— explaining why we read, spell, and pronounce words the way we do—so that when students encounter new and unfamiliar words, they are equipped with the skills to recognize and use these words independently.
Coffee and snacks provided. FREE • 3 clock hours available
- Best practices for multisensory direct instruction for English Language Learners
- How to support classrooms with students who vary widely in reading skills
- Strategies that support a variety of instructional scaffolding models designed to rapidly move students from foundational skills into reading comprehension
This event is free and is sponsored by Reading Horizons.