5 Pillars of LiteracyFriday June 18, 2021
Webinar recording from June 15, 2021, featuring Meagan Rosales, MEd
How can we teach all children to read accurately, rapidly and with comprehension by the end of third grade? Decades of scientific research clearly shows effective reading instruction addresses five critical areas: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. During this 1-hour webinar recording from Tuesday, June 15, 2021, reading specialist, Meagan Rosales, walks us through these five components, how they work with each other and how they apply to students who have communication delays and learning differences.
Resources shared during the presentation:
- Guided Oral Reading
- The Critical Role of Phonemic Awareness Reading Instruction
- The Five Pillars of Successful Reading Instruction
- Unbabbled Podcast
Presented by Meagan Rosales, Reading Specialist
Meagan Rosales, MEd, is a Reading Intervention Specialist at The Parish School. She earned her Master’s in Education from the University of St. Thomas in 2014. She also holds teaching certifications for Special Education EC-12, Generalist EC-6 and Reading Specialist EC-12. Meagan has a special interest in teaching children with learning differences how to read. She loves being at The Parish School because she has space to incorporate a variety of strategies to meet the needs of individual students.