Scottish Rite for Children (SRC) Build: A K-1 Early Reading Intervention - 29118

To meet the needs of the K-1 students who have been identified as at risk for dyslexia, the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Scottish Rite for Children has developed a 100-lesson reading intervention called "Build: A K-1 Early Reading Intervention." Build is a small-group intervention that addresses five specific components of reading intervention. Each component is taught developmentally using a direct, systematic, cumulative, multisensory method of introduction and practice to meet the specific needs of kindergarten and first-grade students who are struggling in reading. The five components include: - Alphabet: the identification of letters, sequencing skills, and alphabetizing - Letter/sound knowledge: the direct instruction of individual letters and sounds, leading to the practice of reading words and sentences - Phonological awareness: the explicit introduction of the relationships between speech-sound production, from rhyme to spelling - Vocabulary: the direct teaching of strategies using context clues to infer the meaning of unfamiliar words - Comprehension: the explicit teaching of specific learning strategies used to identify the basic components of a story

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Dyslexia Interventionist, Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Charter School Personnel, Teacher - Special Education
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Participants will be required to set up an account with Scottish Rite for Children to order materials prior to attending. Instructions to set up an account will be emailed to participants after registration. The cost of materials is $750.00. Please allow a minimum of 7 days prior to training to receive materials.
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