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RDLA044 Read With Me: Developing Early Literacy with Children Classroom Link

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Preschool
Hours:
8.0

Designed for preschool teachers and caregivers who want to have fun reading, singing, and sharing stories with children. This course explores using stories to develop pre-reading and pre-writing skills such as oral language and vocabulary development, phonemic awareness and reading comprehension. The course focuses on the ways multimedia can facilitate the sharing of stories with children and provides research-based articles, video examples from the KERA best practices video, Read with Me, online interactives and many more PBS resources.

This course is only offered to groups of 12 or more learners.

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RDLA051 Raising Readers: Preparing Preschoolers for Success

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Preschool-Kindergarten
Hours:
15.0

This course focuses on preparing preschoolers for success by developing their early literacy skills. Using early literacy research from Susan B. Neuman and Kathleen Roskos, you'll learn to plan meaningful early literacy-learning experiences that build on preschoolers' prior knowledge, expand their vocabulary, and strengthen oral language development — providing the foundation for reading, writing, and future academic success. Unless otherwise indicated, this course is not usually available for graduate credit.

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RDLA056 Raising Readers: Ready to Read and Write with Digital Media (PreK)

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Preschool
Hours:
15.0

Learn to use programming and online resources to help young children develop early literacy and reading skills. Explore ways to use different types of stories to teach early reading and writing skills and how to share stories through oral storytelling and interactive readalouds. Create new stories together while interacting with PBS story characters in online games and activities. Internet access for children required for course activities.

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RDLA061 Raising Readers: Ready to Spark Word Power Classroom Link

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
1st-3rd
Hours:
15.0

Reach and teach struggling readers through an engaging, collaborative experience. Explore different ways to teach decoding and build vocabulary, comprehension, and reading fluency skills — all designed to motivate and transform kids into confident readers and writers. Explore hip, innovative songs, raps, videos, games, and activities from The Electric Company® and learn how they can motivate and engage at-risk kids in school, daycare and after-school settings. Internet access for children required for course activities. Unless otherwise indicated, this course is not usually available for graduate credit.

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RDLA125 Children's Authors on the Web: Online Sites that Motivate Students to Write Teacher Favorite

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts, Instructional Technology, Instructional Strategies
Grades:
Kindergarten-6th
Hours:
30.0

Discover the power of author studies to motivate students to read and write, develop students as writers, and immerse them in thoughtful learning tasks. This updated course, which is aligned to the new Common Core State Standards, uses a problem-based approach to teach the techniques of conducting an author study integrating Web 2.0 technology tools and children's literature sites to create immersive activities that engage, develop reading and writing skills, and are meaningfully integrated into the curriculum. Learn how to support reading and writing literacy with author studies in the classroom and motivate students to engage with literature. Create an author study to implement in the classroom.

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RDLA130 Teaching Reading in Science Classroom Link

Subjects:
Science, Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
3rd-12th
Hours:
30.0

Help students unravel the mysteries and complexities of scientific concepts by training them to approach science texts in new ways. Learn effective strategies to help your students become independent readers and learners as they navigate science texts such as arranging ideas, understanding text organization, setting goals for reading, making meaningful connections, and persevering through challenging materials. This course aligns with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ (NCTM) Communication Standards.

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RDLA152 An Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy Instruction

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Kindergarten-8th
Hours:
45.0

Meet requirements for research-based literacy and reading instruction. Analyze best practices for phonemic awareness, phonics, and word recognition to develop the skills required for students to expand vocabulary, improve comprehension and fluency, and gain independence. Familiarize yourself with the literacy needs of English language learners (ELL), students with learning disabilities, and other struggling readers.

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RDLA157 Teaching Phonemic Awareness and Phonics Teacher Favorite

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Preschool-3rd
Hours:
45.0

Bring the ideal balance of oral language, phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, phonics, and written language to your language arts instruction. Study the stages of literacy development and practice assessing the performance of budding young readers. Learn to design instructional activities that strengthen students' skills in phonemic and phonological awareness.

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RDLA162 Teaching Phonics and Spelling for Emergent Readers Teacher Favorite Classroom Link

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
Preschool-Kindergarten
Hours:
45.0

Introduce your youngest readers and writers to the world of phonics and spelling with research-based instructional activities. Practice assessing the performance of emergent readers and analyzing students' work samples to determine their knowledge levels. Use assessment data to design appropriate activities for teaching letter-sound correspondence, high-frequency words, word recognition, and spelling.

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RDLA167 Teaching Phonics and Spelling for Beginning and Transitional Readers

Subjects:
Reading/Language Arts
Grades:
1st-3rd
Hours:
45.0

Engage beginning and transitional readers and writers with research-based phonics and spelling activities. Study and discuss topics such as the principles which form the foundation for traditional versus contemporary perspectives on spelling instruction. Investigate better ways to help students develop oral reading fluency through learning letters, letter-sound correspondence and patterns and high-frequency words, then assess a student's skill level in spelling to set appropriate individual goals.

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