NEW TEST WEBINAR (not live) Wilton Manors, FL: Nov. 14, 2019

Max: 1 checkout registration per person.

The Usual Suspects: Rule Breaking Sight Words and How to Teach Them
Traditional sight word instruction places an unnecessary burden on students. Join Kendore Learning Executive Director Jennifer Hasser, M. Ed. to discover unique multisensory strategies to reduce list memorization and spelling frustration for effective sight word instruction.

Learn the answer to these questions:
•  What is the difference between sight words, high frequency words, and automatic words?
•  How do we logically group words to make instruction, faster, more efficient and memorable?
•  Which multisensory strategies can help improve sight word fluency?

In this lively 90-minute session, learn numerous research-based multimodal strategies to reinforce learning without using the same strategies over and over again.

By using sight words from the Fry and Dolch Word Lists, and by delving into research-based multimodal strategies, we offer a more efficient way to teach words that do not follow “the rules”. We will demonstrate how to reduce students’ cognitive load by eliminating sight words they don’t need to memorize, while focusing on the ones they must commit to memory.

Based on Kendore Learning’s Word Play curriculum, in The Usual Suspects: Rule Breaking Sight Words and How to Teach Them, participants will learn:

  • The difference between sight words, high frequency words, and automatic words 

  • Strategies for improving sight word fluency  

  • Multisensory strategies and mnemonic devices to make sight word instruction faster, more efficient, and endlessly memorable 

Participants will leave with strategies they can use immediately.

90 Minute Webinar:  7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Appropriate for teachers & parents of all ages.

Cost: FREE (Each participant must register separately.)

You will receive an email closer to the event with a link to join the webinar.

  • Model: T325

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