This workshop is available online or in-person in our metro-Atlanta office! If you want to attend VIRTUALLY, remain on this page. If you want to attend IN-PERSON, please register HERE.
July 19 & 20, 8:30am - 3:30pm EDT
A deep and rich vocabulary is strongly correlated with proficiency in reading and success in school and life. Word Play Vocabulary/Morphology Workshop provides a clear and effective methodology for teaching vocabulary (including grammar, morphology, etymology and more) in the classroom. Participants will learn about the importance of morphology in vocabulary instruction and will discover ways to incorporate vocabulary activities across the curriculum. We will explore how to teach morphology as a way to unlock the meaning of thousands of words and as an alternative to rote memorization. Teachers will receive lessons and materials to implement instruction in the classroom. The Kendore Vocabulary workshop is lively and engaging and supports multisensory teaching methods. Appropriate for grades 2-8.
Participants will learn:
- Syllable Types and Syllabication Rules
- Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots
- Spelling Rules
- Advanced Phonics
- Alternate Spellings and Sounds
- Parts of Speech
- Word Relationships: Homophones, Synonyms, etc.
Workshop Participants will receive:
- Lesson Plans
- Games and Activities
- Multisensory Teaching Tools
This course earns 12 professional credit hours. Certificate provided after completion of course.
Cost: $825.00 per person; includes games and materials (shipping not included). Payment or purchase order is required to confirm registration. Early registration is highly recommended.
*Note about Kendore Learning Online Training: Online participants are expected to attend class at the designated time. However, we recognize the need for flexibility and will provide recordings to students for pre-approved requests. In order to receive a certificate of completion, all students are expected to attend, either live or by recording, each session and complete assigned homework, which is expected to be less than one hour per class.