Language Enrichment is a structured literacy curriculum that enables teachers to teach successful decoding for students in grades 1-3. In Language Enrichment, participants learn how and why instruction in structured literacy is effective with helping students become skilled readers. The coursework covers 1) decoding and encoding concepts including reliable reading and spelling patterns, 2) building fluency and accuracy in reading connected text, 3) building oral language and world knowledge, 4) developing listening and reading comprehension with strategies, and 5) implementing a daily 30-minute lesson plan.
Language Enrichment Reading Practices – Year 1
The digital version of the reading practices for Language Enrichment Year 1 includes phonological exercises, word lists, sentences, and one page readers. The word lists and sentences provide practice of newly introduced and previously taught reading concepts.
Part Number: Language Enrichment Reading Practices Year One
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