Recording of Why Spelling Matters & How to Teach it!

Recording of Why Spelling Matters & How to Teach it!

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Recording of Why Spelling Matters & How to Teach it!

Presented by JoAnn Lense

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This recording will be available to you for 1 month after the date of purchase. 

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Description

This webinar, presented by a masterful and passionate trainer of structured literacy and spelling, will provide you with the practical nuts and bolts information you need to plan and execute effective, research-based spelling instruction. Filled with strategies, resources, and engaging, interactive activities, this power-packed session will empower you to improve the spelling skills of students of various ages and skill levels. All who register can watch live and / or just watch the recording which will be available for one month after the live event. Those who attend live will have opportunities to get their particular questions answered in live time. Do not miss this important Hot Topic!

"LOVED JoAnn's personality:  her enthusiasm "sells" the content.  Very credible."
Marlane Parra, attendee of JoAnn Lense's last webinar

The Why

Good readers are not always good spellers, but good spellers are better readers (Ehri, 2000) and spelling ability actually predicts later reading success. (Berninger et al., 2002) Do you have the strategies you need? 

  The How

Our presenter will go through the various skill areas involved with teaching spelling, beginning with special tips for developing specific phonemic awareness skills related to spelling. Fun, research-based phonics tasks will also be covered, following a structured, multisensory framework of instruction. Another area that will be addressed is how to teach the spelling rules of our language. These include rules such as when to double a final consonant; when to use ‘c’, ‘k, or ‘ck;’ and how to apply the silent ‘e’ rule. Moving into morphology (the use of meaningful prefixes, roots, and suffixes), attendees will learn specific strategies for teaching, practicing, and applying within various settings, morphological awareness strategies that can exponentially catapult spelling skills while also improving vocabulary knowledge, comprehension, and overall reading and writing skills. Another important, but often underaddressed area of spelling, involves the memorization of words and word parts, including those that are phonetically infrequent or irregular and difficult to memorize for spelling. Although there are plenty of spelling resources out there, this presenter will guide you to the easiest, and most effective ways to train these skills.

Presenter Bio:  JoAnn Lense

JoAnn Lense is an educational consultant who provides professional development in research-based reading instruction to various school districts throughout the United States through her company Literacy Now. JoAnn is a LCSW providing psychoacademic counseling and Orton Gillingham based remedial instruction to those living and succeeding with learning challenges. She is an Acadience Trainer and Mentor, as well as Level 1 Wilson Certified and a S.P.I.R.E. Trainer. She has been trained in direct and explicit Orton Gillingham teaching methodology. Currently, she is the Director of Training for Everyone Reading (formerly International Dyslexia Association: New York Branch) and has 1200+ hours of direct teaching experience in the IMSLEC accredited reading program Starting Over.

CREDITS: This training offers 2 cont. ed. hours for all, and Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) for Speech Language Pathologists. ASHA accepts CMHs towards the 30 hours needed for re-certification. 

 

CANCELLATION POLICY: No refunds. 

 

 


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