44 Phonemes Free video resource for teachers. When teaching students to read, modeling the correct letter sounds is critical. Learn how to pronounce the 44 phonemes in the English alphabet. Find more free language and literacy resources to include in your lesson plans at www.readrightfromthestart.org
Great overview Thank you, to Decoding Dyslexia CA for this informative webinar with Dr. Richard Wagner from the Florida Center for Reading Research.
Screening for Reading Difficulties in Young Children:
Learn about Dyslexia through Coursera! Online through University of London, Dyslexia International
This course is for teachers to learn why some children have so much difficulty with reading and writing, often called ‘dyslexia’, and to learn more about best practice in teaching literacy to all in light of recent scientific discoveries. Participation in or completion of this online course will not confer academic credit for University of London programmes. The options are: Free to audit, $50.00 for Continuing Education requirements
Informative Reports by American Public Media’s Reporter Emily Hanford- Listen on “I- heart radio”- https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-ewa-radio-27628937/episode/hard-to-read-how-us-28540637/
Florida Center For Reading Research Preschool activities:
44 Sounds in Spoken English Thank you, Spellfabet!
Phoneme Articulation, Thank you, LiteracyHow!
Letter Sounds, Thank you, Barbra Bush and Neuhaus!
Phonemic Awareness Thank you, Margie Gillis
Decodable words VS Sight words
Virginia Dyslexia Awareness Training Module
South Carolina Dyslexia Modules
“The difference between those who fail and those who succeed is largely perseverance. Never quit.”
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