Decoding and the Struggling Reader Workshop - Aurora, CO
Join us for this powerful workshop. You will leave with strategies to help your elementary and adolescent struggling readers practice what good readers do naturally, which is pay attention to every word, read with a high rate of accuracy, and use strategies for attacking unfamiliar and multi-syllable words.
Workshop City: Aurora, CO
Date: Wednesday November 16, 2016
Workshop Times: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Polton Community Elementary
2985 S Oakland St
Aurora, CO 80014
Price:$199 and includes $299 worth of materials with PAID registration:
**$149 Early Bird Special - Register on or before November 6, 2016 (Discount automatically applied at check out.)
As a paid registrant you can select a Blast, Blitz,Boost or HD Word starter kit which will be shipped directly to you. Your starter kit will include:
Book One of Teacher Manual
Book One of Student Workbooks
One year subscription to Blast, Blitz, Letter Tiles or HD Word Online
Please contact us if you would like a complimentary seat. Complimentary seats do not include the above materials, but you will be provided with all the supplies necessary to participate in a full-day of hands-on, activity driven, professional development.
Presenter: Shari Zimmer
Contact Hours: 6
Accommodations: **Really Great Reading does not reserve a block of overnight rooms**
Lunch: We break for lunch from 11:30 - 12:15 (lunch not provided).
Other ways to register - phone, fax or email:
We accept school purchase orders via mail and fax.
We will email you a reminder and workshop details the week prior to the workshop date.
You may cancel up to ten days prior to a workshop for a $35 cancellation fee.
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Bringing words into high definition. Join us while we examine words, word parts, and the complex English language code.
Really Great Reading believes that every student has the right to appropriate, high-quality, foundational-skills reading instruction. We are focused on preventing and remediating decoding weaknesses in students in all grades (and even adults). We provide educators the tools and knowledge to teach all students (not just those who learn easily) to read. We make assessment and grouping practical, efficient, and accurate. Our approach to reading instruction is research-based, interactive, explicit, structured, and multisensory. In our lessons, students not only learn to read, but enjoy the intelligent and age appropriate learning process.