Instructional Strategies in Literacy: Systematic Phonics Instruction
Welcome to the Instructional Strategies in Literacy: Systematic Phonics Instruction webshop! This webshop is one of three webshops designed for K-12 general and special education teachers to increase their knowledge and skills in current practices in the area of Literacy. Systematic Phonics instruction has been identified as one of the five critical skills by The National Reading Panel (2000). If you have students struggling in reading, reading comprehension or spelling, they may require direct and explicit instruction in phonics. By the end of this webshop, the participant should leave with an understanding of what systematic phonics instruction is, why it is important and how to improve their students' skills in this area.
- Reflection 1: Are You Ready?
- What is Phonics?
- Why is Systematic Phonics Instruction Important?
- What is the Difference Between Phonics & Phonological Awareness?
- Effective Phonics Instruction Elements
- Phonics Instruction for Early Readers
- Phonics Instruction for Advanced Readers (Late Elementary/Secondary)
- Integrating High-Leverage Practices for Phonics Instruction
- Reflection 2: Stop & Jot
- Assessing Phonics Skills for All Learners
- Special Considerations
- Accommodations & Assistive Technology
- Reflection 3: Pause & Reflect
- Glossary of Terms