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Phonemic Awareness with English Language Learners

Do you work with ELLs in Pre-K and primary grades? Join us for a webinar to learn more about the importance of phonemic awareness with English language learners in both Tier 1 and small group settings. We will highlight the different types of instructional settings we've seen in classrooms nationwide, discuss the importance of explicit and systematic Tier 1 phonemic awareness instruction, and how to meet the needs of ELs in alternative instructional settings.

This webinar is intended for educators who work with children in Pre-K through 2nd-grade classrooms, in whole group, small group, or 1:1 settings.

Tuesday, August 30, 2022 | 2:00 PM CT

This live event will be recorded. Please register for the live event to receive the on-demand version, when available.

At this time we are unable to provide certificates of participation or CEU credit hours.

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5 Things Administrators Should Look For When Supporting Phonemic Awareness Instruction

For some teachers, their first experience with Phonemic Awareness instruction may be in your classrooms. As an administrator, you have a unique opportunity to help teachers develop their knowledge and skills to support children’s reading abilities. Join Heggerty’s Marjorie Bottari for a look at an administrator's role within reading instruction and what you should be looking for when observing a Heggerty lesson.

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Supporting Early Reading Skills At Home, Part 2:

20+ Ways to Help Your Child Learn to Read

Join Heggerty's Kelsi Lundvall for a continuation of our exploration of phonological awareness skills. In part two of our Supporting Early Reading Skills at Home webinar series, you'll learn over 20 games and activities to help boost children's alphabet knowledge, providing new opportunities to practice letters and sounds.

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The #1 Reading Skill Your Students are Missing

Children have had a rough few years so it’s no surprise that reading scores are on the decline. Luckily, there are easy (and fun!) actions that teachers can take to improve children’s reading skillsets.

In this webinar you will learn all about the 3 Ps of reading—phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics—what they are, how they’re different, and why they’re a critical part of building children’s reading abilities. Heggerty authors and former literacy specialists Alisa VanHekken and Marjorie Bottari share actionable strategies that you can start using in your classroom the very next day.

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Supporting Early Reading Skills At Home, Part 1:

10+ Activities to Grow Your Child's Phonological Awareness

Join us for part one of our "Supporting Early Reading Skills at Home" webinar series to learn how you can engage your preschool-aged child in fun, educational activities that will give your child a strong foundation in reading. In this webinar, we will define phonological awareness and unpack why it's important and explore more than 10 activities you can do with your child to enhance their phonological awareness skills including listening for environmental sounds, rhyming, and more!

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Heggerty 2022: Exploring What’s New

English, Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Primary

Join us for a look inside the new curriculum editions with co-author and Heggerty CAO, Alisa VanHekken. You’ll learn what changes were made, why they are important, and hear about new resources to support implementation in your classroom.

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Heggerty 2022: Exploring What’s New

Spanish Kindergarten and Primary

Join us for a look inside the new curriculum editions with co-author Erica Suarez. You’ll learn what changes were made, why they are important, and hear about new resources to support implementation in your classroom.