Phonological Awareness: Reading in the Dark
Join Brian Smith from Newton-Conover City Schools and Share My Lesson for a webinar on phonological awareness.
When the National Reading Panel released the 5 components of reading in 2000, the first one listed was Phonological Awareness. Without these skills, students may struggle to read but these difficulties are often contributed to one of the other 4 components. Learn what Phonological Awareness is and lots of ways to use it in your classroom.
Available for one-hour of PD credit.
Very helpful and informative.
Great, clear lesson
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