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Searching for and Using Information in Language Structure
$75.00 USD

About the webcast
Knowledge of language structure is innate for competent speakers. In order to understand how young children can be supported to use their language structure as a source of information, some of this innate knowledge will be brought under close examination.

Looking specifically at teaching and learning in Reading Recovery and using Literacy Lessons Designed for Individuals Part Two, examine two questions:
  1. What do our students need to learn how to do with the knowledge of language structure they have?
  2. What might the teaching look like in order to build on existing knowledge?
Includes downloadable handouts.

About the presenter

Janice Van Dyke is a trainer for the Canadian Institute of Reading Recovery Central Division in Ontario. Her educational experiences include international teaching and teacher professional development. Her research interest is in the continuing development of children’s language during the first years of school, and she has related articles published in The Journal of Reading Recovery. Janice is one of the authors of the Sensitive Observation of Reading Behavior Running Record Learning Packages.

Length of Session
Approximately 50 minutes
 

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