Did you know you can teach students to read and spell long words using some very functional, simple techniques? This session demonstrates explicit, scaffolded teaching of multisyllabic word decoding with various multisensory techniques, including a manipulative that is easy to access or create for use with students of all ages. Additionally, participants learn a scope and sequence in which to teach powerful, multisyllabic word decoding, and they receive a list of words that are effective for teaching the scope and sequence.
TEACHING/INSTRUCTION/INTERVENTION: Examine ways to integrate and review phonics, spelling and vocabulary through daily activities in the classroom.
Disclosure: Amy E. Vanden Boogart and Scott DeSimone are employed by Really Great Reading. No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.
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12/20/18 1:46 pm
Are there any materials for this workshop?
1/3/19 2:38 pm
Very good information and practical application. I could not see anything for the entire session except the beginning slide. I could hear but could not see any other slide or visual happenings.
9/24/19 3:49 pm
I wish I'd read the comments before I bought the video! As the other commenters noted, you have nothing but audio here. The audio is pretty good -- it'll make you wish you could see the rest. There are many references to the handout and there are a few embedded videos of the techniques being applied in teaching students. But we get nothing but the audio.