Friday, January 19th 12-3 (PreK - 2nd)
Teachers will learn and retell…
- How readers create meaning from various genres of text.
- How to transform reading into a meaningful and joyous experience.
Teachers will learn and practice…
- How students become skilled readers
- The connection between phonemic awareness and phonics and the impact on learning to read.
- How sounds and letter relationships help students learn to write.
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Each attending participant will receive a free copy of Mark's book "How to Prevent Reading Difficulties"
See You There!
Comprehension Strategies for Primary Students
Time: Friday, January 19, 2024
Grades 3rd-8th, 8-11 am
Location: HCDE 6300 Irvington Blvd, Houston, TX 77022
What do effective comprehension lessons look like in PK-2 classrooms? Join us as we explore planning effective comprehension lessons, along with the following research-based strategies: reciprocal reading, reading and thinking aloud, shared reading, picture walks, wordless picture books, questioning and retelling.
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