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Science of Teaching Reading for All Educators





Reading is a complex activity made up of two interdependent processes. A skilled reader combines word recognition and language comprehension to make meaning of text. Years of research have identified the theory and practice of teaching reading. Understanding the cognitive processes that are imperative for successful reading acquisition is important for all educators. This course covers the components identified in the research to give educators the background knowledge needed to implement effective reading practices in all grade levels. 

Modules within the course include oral language, developing foundational literacy skills through phonological awareness, making sense of the six syllable types, fluency, and understanding reading comprehension.



Important Session Information:




T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 2.2: Content Knowledge and Expertise

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Saturday, August 31, 2024
Session ID:
1788891
Credits Available:
(12) CPE
Contact Person:
Karyn Huskisson
Registration Fee:
$145.00
Length of Session:
12 hours
Instructor(s):
Karyn Huskisson, Region 4 ESC
Audience:
Educators, K-12
Subscription Length Location
30 Days Online
Subscription Length:
30 Days
Location:
Online


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Region 4 Education Service Center
7145 West Tidwell Road Houston, Texas 77092-2096
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Region 4 is making improvements to the McKinney Conference Center and will invite guests to experience the difference in August of 2024
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Region 4 Education Service Center
7145 West Tidwell Road Houston, Texas 77092-2096                                                        
713.462.7708 | PHONE

Region 4 is making improvements to the McKinney Conference Center and will invite guests to experience the difference in August of 2024

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