Wondering what the science of reading is all about and how to apply it to your classroom? This session helps elementary teachers understand the key theoretical underpinnings of the science of reading, and how slight shifts in instruction yield significant results.
Attendees will leave with the following:
A definition of the SOR
Clarity around Scarborough's Reading Rope and the subskills in effective literacy instruction
Classroom applications to facilitate structured literacy with explicit vocabulary, word knowledge, and comprehension instruction.
Participants can choose to come to session one or session two but they are encouraged to come to both sessions.
Instructors: Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy
Audience: K-12 Educators