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An Event For: Title I Teachers, Reading Interventionists

Phonics for Reading: First through Third Levels

The Phonics for Reading series is intended to be an intervention program that provides explicit instruction in phonics as well as phonemic awareness, fluency and comprehension.

Participants will develop an understanding of how the science of teaching reading is embedded into this program. Understanding how to interpret data for program placement and practicing delivering the lesson components are also key components of this training day.

This intervention program supports #3, #4, and #5 of the General Education Leadership Network Grades K to 3 Essentials Instructional Practices in Early Literacy.

Event Description

Note: SCECHs are pending for this event.

Phonics for Reading First Level is designed to:

  • Support already developed phonemic awareness skills through a blending and segmenting warm-up
  • Assist students in solidifying letter sound associations and move from blending to read words to automaticity with basic phonics
  • Engage students in a systematic, explicit daily decoding routine which includes a phonemic awareness warm-up, letter sound association practice, word level reading practice, decodable text, and spelling

Phonics for Reading Second Level is designed to:

  • Support already developed phonemic awareness skills through a blending and segmenting warm-up
  • Assist students who need support in developing automaticity with advanced phonics skills
  • Engage students in a systematic, explicit daily decoding routine which includes a phonemic awareness warm-up, letter sound association practice, word level reading practice, decodable text, and spelling

Phonics for Reading Third Level is designed to:

  • Assist students who need support in developing automaticity with advanced phonics skills
  • Engage students in a systematic, explicit daily decoding routine which includes a phonemic awareness warm-up, letter sound association practice, word level reading practice, decodable text, and spelling

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