Keys to Beginning Reading – Modules 1, 3 & 4

Keys to Literacy Event

Hosted by Ohio State Support Team Region 5

The Keys to Beginning Reading professional development course provides background knowledge needed to teach all the components of beginning reading instruction. The instructional practices are designed to easily transfer to classroom lessons and can be integrated with any reading curriculum or published reading program. The full course is 32 hours. This two-day session covers Modules 1, 3, and 4.

Topic Details

Module 1 Reading Basics (1.5 hours)

Module 1 covers the five components of reading identified by the National Reading Panel and the Simple View of Reading, the stages of reading development, language components that are tied to reading (e.g., phonology, orthography, morphology, semantics, syntax, discourse), and basic principles for teaching reading.

Module 3 Phonological Awareness (3 hours)

Module 3  explains and provides instructional suggestions for these levels of phonological awareness: word awareness, syllable awareness, alliteration, onset/rime and rhyme awareness. Instructional suggestions for teaching phonemic awareness are also provided, including suggestions for blending, segmenting, and manipulating phonemes (sounds) in words. Informal assessment for phonological awareness is also addressed.

Module 4 Phonics (7.5 hours)

Module 4 covers topics related to phonics instruction across grades K-3. The module begins with the connection between phonological awareness and learning the alphabetic principle. Guidelines for effective phonics instruction are provided, including a suggested scope and sequence for explicit and systematic phonics instruction. Instructional suggestions begin with early kindergarten and grade 1 phonics skills such as letter recognition/naming and letter-sound correspondences, and then blending and segmenting to read and spell words. Advanced phonics concepts that are introduced in grades 2 and 3 are addressed, including syllable types, syllabication and structural analysis to decode longer words, the concept of schwa, and word parts including roots, prefixes and suffixes (morphology).

Who Should Participate:  K-3 classroom teachers of all students, and K-5 intervention educators who teach reading to students who struggle with basic reading skills.

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Registration

Enter the number of attendees you wish to register for Keys to Beginning Reading – Modules 1, 3 & 4.


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June 22-23, 2020: Canfield, OH
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