Phonological Awareness 8.11.2021
In this webinar, participants will develop an understanding of the concepts, dispositions and skills needed for success in phonological and phonemic awareness. Participants will be brought on a journey through the developmental continuum for Phonological awareness and its vital role in learning to read. Use of listening games, rhyme and sentence and syllable segmentation will be modelled. Onset and rime is key to this development and this will be explored through the use of riddles and rhymes.
This webinar will be supported by a resource pack.
Catherine will facilitate the following webinars this term, each webinar must be booked individually
Monday 15th November Webinar Six- What to do with my struggling readers?
Monday 29th November Webinar Seven- Playful Approaches to Literacy
Catherine Gilliland is a Senior Lecturer in Language and Literacy in St Mary's University College, Belfast. She was the Keynote Speaker at the literacy Association of Ireland in 2016 and her work has taken her across Europe to deliver seminars and practical workshops. She was a speaker at the recent World Literacy Summit. She is a regular contributor to the LAI Newsletter and has a chapter published in, 'Playful Approaches to Learning.'
|Course date||08-11-2021 5:00 pm|
|Course End Date||08-11-2021 6:30 pm|
|Cut off date||08-11-2021 4:35 pm|
|Speaker||Catherine Gilliland, Senior Lecturer in Language and Literacy in St Mary's University College|