“The lack of phonemic awareness is the most powerful determinant of the likelihood of failure to read.” (Adams, 1990)
This training is ideal for districts and schools whose current literacy curriculum does not have a focus in explicit phonemic awareness instruction. During these two sessions, you will use the Heggerty curriculum to gain an understanding of phonemic awareness and its importance in a child’s ability to read.
- learn what and why of phonemic awareness
- explore the scope and sequence of eight phonological and phonemic awareness skills and the two early literacy skills
- practice the hand motions within the lessons
- learn how to conduct assessments
- review progress monitoring in phonemic awareness
- discuss interventions for students needing additional support
You will receive the book Phonemic Awareness by Michael Heggerty, and be given time to practice using the curriculum and learn from your peers in this engaging, interactive training.
- keep a journal between sessions to document questions, comments, and findings as they implement the curriculum
- conduct job-embedded bridge to practice assignments between sessions
- use the resources provided in the shared Padlet
ESC of Lake Erie West
2275 Collingwood Blvd.
Toledo, OH 43620
State Support Team Region 1
Presenter: Debbie Nagel, M.Ed., SST 1 Consultant
Who Should Attend?
- Pre-K through grade 2 teacher teams and their administrators
Dates & Registration
|Tuesday, December 7||1:00 – 3:30 p.m.||ESC of Lake Erie West*||Registration has closed.|
|Tuesday, February 15||2:00 – 3:30 p.m.||Virtual|
* Note: Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, in-person training may be suspended. You will be contacted if your session is modified or canceled. Masks and social distancing are required for in-person meetings.
For content questions: Debbie Nagel
For registration questions: Lisa Jenkins