Early Reading Presentation

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 – 7:30-8:30   NHS Auditorium public welcome     

Intervention Games and Activities for Beginning and Struggling Readers

Join us for a literacy presentation to parents and community educators about beginning reading skills, phonemic awareness, and games and activities that promote literacy in the home.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 – 4:00-5:30 Montessori Children’s House Early Reading In-Service, PLEASE RSVP to mchnorthfield@charter.netor 645-2445

Beginning to Read is Child’s Play: Developmentally Appropriate Reading Instruction for Beginning and Struggling Readers

Early reading specialist Randall Klein will demonstrate intervention games and activities that give beginning and struggling readers a concrete understanding of the alphabetic principle and launch them into strong alphabet knowledge, confident decoding and proficient word identification. Special emphasis will be given to students’ use of phonemic awareness in letter recognition, word building, decoding and writing activities. Randall will also discuss the identification and remediation of dyslexic tendencies. These sessions are geared to PK-2 beginning and struggling readers.