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Marietta College - Grounding the Work in the Science of Reading - Shared screen with speaker view
Carolyn Turner
30:16
There is a Hannah out there - what is your last name?
Rich Hura
35:40
No I do not have a question.
Anne Burnworth
37:42
Say that again, please
Carolyn Turner
37:55
coming up in a second
Carolyn Turner
38:33
2020 Fox Reading COnference hosted by Middle Tennessee State University
Carolyn Turner
38:36
https://livestream.com/mtsu/events/9013868
Regina Bernard
42:05
can you share title and author via chat please
Robin Haught
42:08
Who is the author of that text?
Carolyn Turner
42:23
David Kilpatricj
Carolyn Turner
42:27
Kilpatrick
Carolyn Turner
42:32
Equipped for Reading Success
Carolyn Turner
43:04
https://equippedforreadingsuccess.com/
Carolyn Turner
43:17
Don't order from Amazon - people hike up the price
Carolyn Turner
50:04
epleuss - please provide your first and last name
Regina Bernard
50:09
do you know of any publisher doing a curriculum based on the science of reading approach?
Carolyn Turner
50:30
It's hard to pinpoint programs
Carolyn Turner
50:38
because there is no perfect program
Carolyn Turner
50:44
there are strong programs for word recognition
Regina Bernard
50:52
the big ones like Journeys, etc
Carolyn Turner
50:55
and those that are better for language comprehension
Carolyn Turner
51:13
you have to really analyze your data based on the simple view of reading
Carolyn Turner
51:42
Unfortunately Journeys has not been found to be strong in either
Regina Bernard
51:59
thanks wanted the undergrads to hear thT answer who are listening.
Carolyn Turner
52:01
ECRI
Carolyn Turner
52:11
Enhanced Core Reading Instruction
Carolyn Turner
52:31
https://dibels.uoregon.edu/market/movingup/ecri#materials
Regina Bernard
52:52
is that Dibels?
Carolyn Turner
53:35
University of Oregon bought the rights to the name DIBELS
Carolyn Turner
53:47
Acadience retained the assessment measures
Regina Bernard
53:55
good trivia info. Thanks
Rich Hura
01:00:18
I'm learning this for the first time
Carolyn Turner
01:01:34
It causes a lot of cognitive dissonance for many of us!
Rich Hura
01:11:06
We ask students to read aloud.
Regina Bernard
01:11:07
spelling
Stacie Shouse
01:11:19
Daily practice with phonics and phonological awareness
Raven Cromwell
01:11:21
phonemic awareness activities
Erin Pleuss
01:11:22
phonemic awareness
Dottie Erb
01:11:23
listening games
robertwiery
01:11:24
syllables
Brady Treherne
01:11:31
spelling
Brie Schaad
01:11:31
phonics dance?
Regina Bernard
01:11:32
Heggerty
millicentzullo
01:11:35
Read Alouds
sally weihl
01:11:36
El Kanin boxes
Alicia McIntire
01:11:37
Phonemic awareness
Bonnie Stalter
01:11:44
reading aloud
Lauren Gardner
01:11:46
Ekonin boxes
Koral Fleming
01:11:49
Heggerty daily in our classroom
Kirstin Carpenter
01:11:49
phonemic awareness
Hailey DeFraine
01:12:00
phonemic awareness
Lindsay Thomas
01:12:00
Heggerty daily
Kathleen McNerney
01:12:05
Heggerty
Jean Caldwell
01:12:19
practice reading and sight words
Ashley Bonnette
01:12:24
play with sounds and word play
Robin Haught
01:12:29
Rhyming, changing the graphemes, phonemic awareness
Zach Goodman
01:12:30
Phys ed here.. little unique. Repeating simple cues.
Anne Burnworth
01:12:52
rhyming
Regina Bernard
01:13:29
finger stretching
Regina Bernard
01:15:07
background knowledge
Rich Hura
01:20:44
Through or threw?
Nichol Honaker
01:33:54
I would have loved to connect this to my explicit instruction of vocabulary series. The four part processor!
Nichol Honaker
01:34:02
this is great, Michelle!
Alicia McIntire
01:37:17
I can see that this instruction is fantastic for introduction and small group instruction. I would love to get some ideas on what we could start doing to replace our current daily practices esp in K-2 around teaching and practicing sight words.
Ashley Bonnette
01:39:21
I used this whole group to introduce our spelling words.
millicentzullo
01:39:26
I have already references Scarborough’s rope in my classroom and ensured that I have taped into background knowledge first!
Jean Caldwell
01:39:28
lots of ideas to help in my guided reading groups
Regina Bernard
01:39:38
our district uses Heggerty, HD Word including the heart words, and Really Great Reading
Hailey DeFraine
01:39:39
Teaching kindergarten students sight words!! I haven’t done this yet though
Brie Schaad
01:39:55
I think this is great for sight word instruction!
Marlo Taylor
01:40:01
I like how you also incorporated hand motions when giving each definition!
Kathleen McNerney
01:40:02
I ordered the Heggerty book after your last presentation at Marietta College. I used it every day in my Kindergarten class for whole group.
Stephanie Marvin
01:40:08
I use this when I teach my 2nd grade small group phonics and my 5th grade small reading group for spelling
Sarah Hess
01:40:13
I'm glad you showed us an example of uncommon word. This is soemthing we can use with harder words as well.
Alison Woods
01:40:16
help students understand sounds and spelling
Bonnie Stalter
01:40:22
Always start at the bottom for building word knowledge, this will change how to introduce new words.
Kaitlyn Forshey
01:40:26
I like talking out the sounds and then encourging them to remember the spelliings that we need to know by heart.
Earlene Watson
01:40:29
When I introduce new spelling list and homophones at beginning of each week, we go through this process for words the kids are not familiar with.
iPhone
01:40:43
I have used this in vocabulary instruction
sally weihl
01:40:45
I use this when introducing new story words.
Lacey Goddard
01:40:53
Branching off of their background knowledge from other subject areas in science when we are going over vocabulary. Great Ideas for when I start teaching ELA again next year.
Lauren Gardner
01:40:58
This is the first time I am hearing this. But I believe that this would be very beneficial in learning vocabulary especially from using phonology, orphology, and use context after you have a meaning.
Rich Hura
01:41:23
I'm not sure how to answer the question based on my context; however, I love the 3D model and would use it with teachers to identify which part of their lesson deals with which part of the rope.
Raven Cromwell
01:42:10
I have been using this with my own kinder. She has started guessing instead of using her skills.
Koral Fleming
01:42:45
I use this whole group with Heggerty. We stretch out our words and later I will break out the syllables into handwriting through modeling from me.
Robin Haught
01:43:26
I would love to know more about the Heggerty method.
Regina Bernard
01:43:48
Emily who again???
Michelle Elia
01:44:06
Emily Hanford
Michelle Lambeth
01:44:06
I have never heard of the 4 part processing system before. However, it makes so much sense and will help me as I go forward. I like how you expressed the way you would help a student stuck on a word. My go to answer is always “sound it out”. I now can use your method. Ask them what letters are in the word and then what sounds does each letter make.
Regina Bernard
01:44:11
thank you
Michelle Elia
01:45:58
https://www.apmreports.org/story/2018/09/10/hard-words-why-american-kids-arent-being-taught-to-read
Michelle Elia
01:46:28
https://www.apmreports.org/story/2019/08/22/whats-wrong-how-schools-teach-reading
Amanda Carpenter
01:46:42
I agree with Michelle. This has taught me how I can help students with words they are unsure of.
Michelle Elia
01:47:27
http://smore.com/w56cr
Stacie Shouse
01:48:06
Maybe you will cover this in the next section, but I am a school psychologist and am curious about screening and how we can assess and monitor these skills, as well as what assessments we should be using to make curricular and programming decisions, as well as for eligibility for various services. I just purchased Equipped for Reading Success and have only a simple understanding of the PAST, but what other assessments are out there.
Nichol Honaker
01:48:44
I love that you are connecting this to an MTSS
Stacie Shouse
01:48:56
Definitely! I would love that!
Regina Bernard
01:49:05
what about the science of reading and approach to dyslexia
Michelle Elia
01:49:33
https://www.smore.com/bk325-k-5-literacy-coach-webinar-series
Rachel Wakefield
01:49:49
Things like this would have helped me so much as a student. Despite being a strong reader, I struggled much more with spelling (as does my own daughter). It took me so long to spell the "-tion" words. I still vividly remember how frustrated I was with myself in second grade over consistently spelling those words incorrectly.
Todd Caltrider
01:50:47
Is there an ODE list of recommended literature for each grade level?
Todd Caltrider
01:51:48
thanks
Michelle Elia
01:52:06
CKLA
Michelle Elia
01:52:14
EL
Michelle Elia
02:01:37
MIBLSI.org
Michelle Elia
02:01:44
RTFI.com
Michelle Elia
02:01:48
RTFI
Regina Bernard
02:11:44
we are teaching sounds and visual awareness firsr
cheryl cook
02:14:35
and that is why Haeggerty is so wonderful
Regina Bernard
02:15:55
yes
Nichol Honaker
02:15:58
morphemic awareness!
Rich Hura
02:16:03
Yes especially if students have not developed that skill in their earlier years.
brooke simmons
02:16:05
yes there is, morphemes
Koral Fleming
02:16:07
yes
Brady Treherne
02:16:09
yes
Raven Cromwell
02:16:15
if they need it
Dottie Erb
02:16:16
Yes - in vocabulary study.
Robin Haught
02:16:17
morphemes!
Todd Caltrider
02:16:18
yes - morphology
Jean Caldwell
02:16:22
yes
Alicia McIntire
02:16:22
Yes - all kinds of text that is rich that is rhyming and playful yet more difficult levels
Brie Schaad
02:16:22
yes
Hailey DeFraine
02:16:23
yes
Lauren Gardner
02:16:27
yes
Sarah Hess
02:16:28
yes, building on root words
Lacey Goddard
02:16:29
yes
Destiny Grim
02:16:31
yes
sally weihl
02:16:39
yes
Jean Caldwell
02:16:43
yes
Kathleen McNerney
02:16:46
Yes, prefixes, suffixes, roots words,
Izzy Romain
02:16:56
I think so, if they are struggling then we must go back and review it with them so they can get the basis to build off of
Regina Bernard
02:17:05
good for Latin and Greek root words
Nichol Honaker
02:18:14
this was fantastic! thank you for providing quality PD during this chaotic time!
Michelle Lambeth
02:18:27
At what point would you begin morphemic awareness?
Regina Bernard
02:20:21
how would you address dyslexia with science of reading approach
Sarah Hess
02:20:44
it says no longer accepting responses
Brady Treherne
02:20:47
it says its not open
Michelle Elia
02:20:49
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebBypvQ7nS8tf-YLY5VtB6OI2gWYuEsQkZQA91eA_oFekwyA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Destiny Grim
02:20:50
It says its not long accepting resonses
Michelle Elia
02:21:05
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebBypvQ7nS8tf-YLY5VtB6OI2gWYuEsQkZQA91eA_oFekwyA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Michelle Elia
02:21:42
smore.com/w56cr