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Early Literacy


Life, Language, and Literacy (PreK)
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Literacy depends on word knowledge and word knowledge depends on world knowledge. Itís never too soon to build on the meaning-making that already drives young children to be learners. This session offers strategies that maximize the reciprocally supportive relationship between language development and concept-building. Phonemic awareness, print concepts, alphabet knowledge, beginning phonics, reading, and writing are introduced through play, classroom environment, and the context of meaningful communication.


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workshop offered as full-day, half-day or conference session

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Early Literacy

Life, Language, and Literacy (PreK)
Reading and Writing Nonfiction (K-1)
Kindergarten Literacy Learning through Research-Based Principles (K)
From the Beginning: Comprehension For Primary Grades
Focus on Early Literacy: Nonfiction from the Beginning