Instructing Phonics and Spelling with State Standards

$325.00

Phonics is a key component in reading success. It is the understanding that there is a systematic and predictable relationship between phonemes (sounds) and graphemes, the letters that represent those sounds in written language. “That direct instruction in alphabet coding facilitates early reading acquisition is one of the most well-established conclusions in all of behavioral science” (Stanovich, 1993). When explicit phonics instruction is incorporated into a student’s reading program, that student is much more likely to comprehend what they read, especially if that student is a struggling reader.

In this course teachers will learn about the importance of direct phonics instruction as a part of a complete literacy program for all students. Participants will be introduced to various approaches to phonics instruction, Web 2.0 tools to help them teach phonics effectively, and strategies to remediate phonics instruction for struggling readers. Throughout the course teachers will engage in a series of quizzes on phonics and spelling instruction and complete a final action plan by the end of the course detailing how they will incorporate direct and systematic phonics instruction into their classrooms.

 

 

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Phonics is a key component in reading success. Phonics is the understanding that there is a systematic and predictable relationship between phonemes (sounds) and graphemes, the letters that represent those sounds in written language. “That direct instruction in alphabet coding facilitates early reading acquisition is one of the most well-established conclusions in all of behavioral science” (Stanovich, 1993). When explicit phonics instruction is incorporated into a student’s reading program, that student is much more likely to comprehend what they read, especially if that student is a struggling reader.

In this course teachers will learn about the importance of direct phonics instruction as a part of a complete literacy program for all students. Participants will be introduced to various approaches to phonics instruction, Web 2.0 tools to help them teach phonics effectively, and remediation strategies of phonics instruction for struggling readers. Throughout the course teachers will engage in a series of quizzes on phonics and spelling instruction and complete a final action plan by the end of the course detailing how they will incorporate direct and systematic phonics instruction into their classrooms.

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1. Register through this cart for course access and facilitation. You will signup for and pay for this directly through CLOI's website here
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Graduate Credit:
Gordon College charges $275 for 3 graduate credits
Westfield State charges $300 for 3 graduate credits
MidAmerica Nazarene University charges $205 for 3 graduate credits

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Westfield State charges $125 for 36 PDPs

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Each course total cost ranges from $450 to 650.

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