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Language Essentials for Teachers: The Speech to Print System
Book Study Thursdays



Participants will be able to explain the speech-to-print correspondence system, the aspects of language represented by print, and the ways that meanings are conveyed by words and sentences. Students will learn the speech sounds of English and how the spelling system works. Further, they will understand morphology (the meaningful parts of words), sentence structure (syntax), and ways that word relationships contribute to text cohesion. 

Only 20 books available. Based on order of registration.

Materials Pick-Up Options: June 3 from 1:30-3:30.  Also available for personal purchase. If you already have the book, you are welcome to join!

 

12 Hour Session Structure:

2 Hours Self-Paced Work (Chapter 1-3)

1 Hours Face-to-Face

2 Hours Self-Paced Work (Chapter 4-5)

1 Hours Face-to-Face

2 Hours Self-Paced Learning (Chapters 6-7)

Important Session Information:



T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 1.2: Data and Assessment, Dimension 1.4: Activities, Dimension 2.2: Content Knowledge and Expertise, Dimension 2.4: Differentiation, Dimension 2.5: Monitor and Adjust

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
705315
Credits Available:
(12) CPE
Seats Available:
0
Fee:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Liz Cowan
Instructor(s):
Kyna Wheeler
Audience:
Teacher (K-3)
Date Time Location
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