Learning to read = phonics + whole words + reading books
delivered in the correct time and sequence
TIME: 9.30am - 12.45pm, Registrations from 9am
Western Sydney Skills Hubb
Suite 34, Level 3, 410 Church Street
Parramatta (corner Ross Street)
COST: $95 for 3-hour NESA endorsed seminar
This seminar will help participants to:
- understand the foundations of the English language and why exceptions have occured
- learn which generalisations have the highest utility rate and consequently which ones to teach
- a step-by-step guide to help beginner students learn to read regardless of age or stage
- remove the confusion caused by contradictory information provided on the internet and in research papers
- gain the confidence to teach phonics effectively
- troubleshoot problems with underachieving students
- uni lecturers, researchers, principals, lead teachers
- K-6 teachers, ESL teachers, learning support, teacher's aides
- pre-service teachers, uni students
- home educators, parents, etc.
Tania Jamieson has 15 years teaching experience, specialising in teaching beginner reading to all ages and levels of ability. Tania is also a researcher, currently conducting some research on phonics generalisations - to find the highest utility rate possible!!
Her presentations cover teaching beginner literacy and phonics to all teachers in all regular classrooms.
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Phone: 0410 465 851
NESA Endorsed Professional Development
Completing 'An Introduction to Phonics Generalisations' workshop will contribute 3 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing
1.5.2, 2.5.2 and 6.2.2
from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards
maintaining PROFICIENT Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
All seminars come with a 100% money back customer satisfaction guarantee.