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A sense of rhythm is a component of phonological processing and an important building block of language acquisition and subsequent literacy development. We will discuss the research describing rhythm and its impact on early literacy learning.
Watch video playlist to hear from author, Louisa Moats, Ed.D. as she talks about the development of the LANGUAGE! Live, its features, and the strengths and benefits of the program.
LANGUAGE! Live offers more. Literacy brain science. Proven foundational skills development. A modern, social platform that captivates. One affordable solution. In this eBook, find out what more means.
What You'll Learn:
Definition of a blended classroom
Different models for blended learning
Strategies for easily transitioning your school or class into the digital world
LANGUAGE! Live, for grades 5-12, is a comprehensive literacy solution that combines foundational and advanced learning skills with digital and teacher-led intervention to significantly improve reading and writing skills. Watch video to learn more.
Three to four years later, students’ writing skills were assessed, and the mean scores on state standardized tests continued to improve. Teachers indicate writing workshops are valuable and writing strategies are easy to incorporate.
Reading fluency has long been recognized as one of the five essential components of reading. Standards require that elementary students read with accuracy and fluency to support comprehension. Secondary students, too, must possess appropriate fluency skills in order to read and comprehend increasingly complex text. However, too often, fluency is overlooked in reading instruction.
Attendees will learn:
The strong correlation between reading fluency, comprehension, independent reading and work completion.
New methods for promoting fluency within classroom reading routines.
How to implement a highly motivating daily six-minute partner routine to increase oral reading fluency for elementary as well as secondary students.
See how Velocity will help students become better readers and thinkers with ongoing practice.
Each student has a unique learning path that is always evolving based on thousands of variables. Velocity’s real-time adaptability maximizes each student’s potential to achieve over time. Watch video to learn more about Velocity's massive library of content and ability to adapt.