Movin’ On Up – How to Support Students to Read Level 3 and Beyond

$30.00

Movin’ On Up – How to Support Students to Read Level 3 and Beyond – presented by Melissa Wilde
October 4, 2021 – 6:30pm (eastern time) – session will be recorded for repeat viewing until August 31, 2022

Do you have students in your primary classrooms who seem ‘stuck’ reading patterned text (Levels 1-2)? Are you wondering how to help your students move into Level 3 texts and beyond?  In this session, we will explore practical approaches to help establish foundational early reading behaviours when working with students in small groups or individually.  We will consider what might make this learning challenging for some children and reflect upon ways to personalize interactions based on knowledge of each child’s identities, strengths, interests and lived experiences. 

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Movin’ On Up – How to Support Students to Read Level 3 and Beyond

Online Professional Learning Session – Presented Live on October 4, 2021 at 6:30pm.  This session will be recorded and available for repeat viewing until August 31, 2022.

Presented by: Melissa Wilde, Reading Recovery Trainer and Teacher Leader with York Region District School Board.

Do you have students in your primary classrooms who seem ‘stuck’ reading patterned text (Levels 1-2)? Are you wondering how to help your students move into Level 3 texts and beyond?  In this session, we will explore practical approaches to help establish foundational early reading behaviours when working with students in small groups or individually.  We will consider what might make this learning challenging for some children and reflect upon ways to personalize interactions based on knowledge of each child’s identities, strengths, interests and lived experiences. 


Melissa Wilde has worked for over two decades as an educator of Reading Recovery, Special Education, ESL, The Arts and Primary/Junior Classrooms in schools across the Greater Toronto Area.  She is currently a Reading Recovery Teacher Leader in the York Region District School Board and a Trainer-in-Training with the Canadian Institute of Reading Recovery.

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