Reading is a Superpower
Date – Time
Thursday September 24
– 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Since we are not able to meet in-person right now, Teachers Night Out is going virtual.
Michelle Wanders, Speech Language Pathologist, will be presenting online, Reading is a Superpower: Literacy’s role in the Language Arts.
This class is not your run of the mill “how to teach your kids how to read” presentation. No, we will explore how the brain actually reads in order to answer a variety of questions you may have about literacy and language. The content can be applied to all ages and reading levels, and that even means YOU!
· Perhaps you are wondering how reading affects vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and writing?
· When is the best time to teach reading?
· What does reading instruction look like across grade levels?
· Is teaching sight words effective?
· What if I have a reluctant reader?
· Do my child’s speech sound errors affect literacy?
· Will reading improve second language acquisition?
· How do I support language and literacy in my homeschool?
· What’s the one thing my kids can do to improve language arts skills?
All these questions and more will be answered during September’s Virtual Teachers Night Out.
Note: This class was previously held in March 2020 and will be basically the same content.
Click THIS LINK on Thursday the 24th between 6:45 pm and 7:00 pm. The presentation will begin at 7:00 and conclude with enough time for questions. The handout is attached to this calendar description below. It will also be emailed on the message board the day before.
Feel free to invite friends/family who are not a part of HCCH. Guest can obtain the handout and join the meeting through the HCCH calendar as the description is public. You can also email them the information from message board when it is sent.
Contact Michelle Wanders with any questions: email@example.com