Great Phonics Instruction
In this webinar, author and education consultant Wiley Blevins, shares his insights into best practices for teaching phonics skills to young children.
According to the International Literacy Association’s 2019 Literacy Leadership Brief, strong phonics instruction should be “active, engaging, and thought provoking”. In this webinar, we’ll hear from author and education consultant Wiley Blevins as he shares practical strategies to take your phonics instruction to the next level.
- Explore strategies for building phonics skills in young kids
- Learn 7 key characteristics of great phonics instruction
- Discover strategies to overcome common challenges to phonics instruction
- Review ways to support learning at home
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