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A Literacy Toolbox for Struggling Readers (Part 2)

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Overview

Session Description:
Do you teach a struggling reader or have multiple struggling readers in your classroom? The reasons why students struggle with reading are as varied as the students themselves. Join Melissa Mann as she shares the importance of keeping the whole child in mind when working with struggling readers. You will also learn how to identify specific areas in which reading challenges may exist for your students.

Learning Objective:
  • Identify specific areas in which reading challenges may exist and select at least one strategy or intervention per area to implement in the classroom and utilize with struggling readers.

  • Assessment:
    Participants will complete an exit ticket using Google Jamboard to demonstrate their understanding of the session objective and reflect on their learning.

    Details

    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Thursday, March 31, 2022 @ 8:00 PM EDT
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Reading & Writing, Special Education
    Tags: Reading, Special Education, Writing

    Reviews (30)

    Full Member
    +4
     
    always great ideas
    Full Member
    +4
     
    A good reminder that taking the time to thoroughly guide students towards literacy comprehension - and that we're all in this post-pandemic phase together. <:-[) Thank you again.
    Full Member
    +2
     
    Thank You.
     
    great information
    Full Member
    +7
     
    Enjoyed both sessions. Good insight into causes of reading challenges and practical ways to help.
     
    Thank you!!!
    Full Member
     
    Melissa loved part 2 and the resources. Thank you.
    Full Member
     
    Thanks for the information and resources.
    Basic Member
    +2
     
    Thank you for the resources!
     
    As a SPED TEacher I run into a lot of these issues. Thank you for the great info.
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