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DIGITAL EVENTS and WEBINARS

Phonics Instruction in the Leveled Book Classroom

February 22, 2023
5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET

Join Wiley Blevins, author of From Phonics to Reading for grades K–3, to learn about some of the common stumbling blocks regarding phonics instruction in a leveled book classroom, as well as why and how to incorporate decodable texts for phonics practice. The 90-minute event features an extended Q&A with Blevins, as well as post-event access to lesson planning tools, sample observation forms, and other reproducible resources.

You’ll walk away with ideas for what to do with the existing books in your classroom—and how adding decodables can help develop stronger early reading behaviors, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing skills.

Who should register: Classroom teachers, literacy/instructional coaches, and reading/literacy specialists

Registration$29.00 members  |  $35.00 nonmembers

Special pricing is available for groups of 5+, students, and individuals in countries with developing economies. Contact customerservice@reading.org for details.

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Developing Decoding Skills in All Learners

What does it even mean to teach decoding? Increasing time spent on phonics instruction? Shifting focus to phonemic awareness? Using decodable texts—or is it better not to use them at all? In this session, Julia B. Lindsey will outline what the best of research and practice tell us about teaching foundational skills with the purpose of decoding, supporting application of decoding skills, and differentiating decoding instruction to meet the needs of all learners. Takeaways will include lesson plans and reproducibles—not to mention guidance on how to fit it all into a normal school day.

Who should register: Classroom teachers, literacy/instructional coaches, reading/literacy specialists, literacy supervisors/coordinators, and instructional leads.

Registration$29.00 ILA Members  |  $35.00 for nonmembers

Special pricing is available for groups of 5+, students, and individuals in countries with developing economies. Contact customerservice@reading.org for details.

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