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Effective Phonics Instruction

This 5-hour workshop is relevant for educational professionals who wish to increase their knowledge about how to teach literacy. It is appropriate for general education teachers, special education teachers, reading teachers, interventionists, school psychologists, and speech-language pathologists who word with a diverse age range and skill levels.

Online

3rd March 2024

9am to 2:30pm GMT

GBP 60 per participant

Shameem Banu Showkath Hussain
MSc (Rehab), A/OGA, C-SLDI,
Dyslexia Specialist, ADSHE, UK
National Association of Disability Practitioner, UK
Certified-Structured Literacy Dyslexia Interventionist, USA
Associate Level-Orton Gillingham Practitioner, USA

Learning Outcomes

  • Acquire skills to effectively teach students reading and spelling through a structured literacy approach.
  • Gain understanding and proficiency in core skills essential for reading and spelling, such as print awareness, phonological awareness, and orthographic and alphabet knowledge.
  • Apply systematic and explicit phonics instruction tailored to students’ decoding and encoding stages in teaching practice.
  • Familiarize yourself with the stages of reading and spelling development to inform instructional strategies.
  • Learn to deconstruct language codes and break down multisyllabic words into teachable units using evidence-based practices.
  • Develop individualized learning plans for students based on their literacy needs and progress