COD 2020 - KP283

Learning to read and write: a synthetic Phonics approach part 1

All teachers, heads, coordinators, educational therapists involved in the reading and writing process in the early years of school: kinder 5 and lower primary forms

1 sesiones, inicia: 10-Feb

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Ciclo: 2020
Nivel: Inicial / Primaria
Idioma: Inglés
Estado: Terminado
Lugar: ESSARP
Capacitador/es: Ms. Grace Vilar
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1 10 Febrero 2020 09:30 am 04:30 pm

Capacitador/es

Grace Vilar

She is a graduated English teacher who has 30 years of classroom experience and headship in bilingual schools in Argentina. She travels to the UK on a yearly basis to work in schools, work with the most renown Phonics and Literacy experts. She is a certificate Synthetic Phonics expert who works as a Synthetic Phonics Trainer, an Educational and Literacy Consultant and Teacher Trainer offering advice and providing training in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru, in private and state schools. Grace is an IFERI Committee member: International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction, an Associate of Educators International: Professional Educators Volunteering Overseas for the Department of Education UK. She is the author of the Spanish Phonics Programme: Alfabetizacion en español.
All teachers, heads, coordinators, educational therapists involved in the reading and writing process in the early years of school: kinder 5 and lower primary forms
Understand and learn about the process of the acquisition of reading and writing, how we learn to read and write, how the brain learns. Learn about the latest research in educational neuroscience. Know and learn about Systematic Synthetic Phonics and how to apply it in the classroom. How to develop reading comprehension in the process.
Literacy and its process: First year of life and the 3 and 4 year old child. Difficulties learning to read. How the brain works in the reading process, what educational neuroscience informs us. What is the objective of Reading.
The simple view of reading and writing.
Stages in the acquisition of reading: The Five Pillars of Reading: Development of auditory, visual and motor discrimination. Phonological Awareness, The importance of phonemic awareness (phoneme grapheme correspondence)
Systematic Synthetic Phonics: About The English alphabetic code, the 3 important skills of blending, segmenting and handwriting. The Bilingual brain: English and Spanish alphabetic codes, similarities and differences. Transparency and complexity of both alphabetic codes.
Teaching method: The systematic and orderly teaching and how to teach and how to use a phonics programme; and the development of reading comprehension, Sound and meaning, from spelling to sound, automaticity, speed and fluency in reading and writing. Handwriting skills.
Interactive workshop based on study group where the content is analyzed and reflected upon.
Reading in the Brain by Stanislas Dehaene
Phonics and the Resistance to Reading by Mike Lloyd-Jones
Early Reading Instruction: What Science Reallty tells us about how to teach reading by Diane McGuinnes
www.iferi.org
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