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Sessions will be either via Zoom or held at SPELD SA: 298 Portrush Road, Kensington.
You are advised to book early as we are delivering to smaller numbers.
No refund is provided for cancellations by registered participants within 2 days of the relevant workshop.
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Course fees include GST.
Session 1: Jolly Phonics – How to get started? Hands-on (2½ hours) Ref 250720am
A practical look at how to introduce the main 42 sounds of English in a student’s first term at school. Includes: lesson plans, programming and assessment; a look at available commercial aids; how to make/download resources; get both continuity and variety into lessons; use computers/IWB to help. All participants provided with a CD of free resources.
For teachers, parents, paraprofessionals
Tutor/ft student $45 Member $90Non-member $110
Due to COVID-19 restrictions please BYO refreshments and lunch if attending both sessions.
Session 2: Jolly Phonics – So they know the sounds. What next? Hands-on (2 ½ hours) Ref 250720pm
Prerequisite: Jolly Phonics – How to get started
A very practical look at how to continue with Jolly Phonics for the rest of the reception year. How to:
Includes lesson plans, making your own aids, a look at available commercial materials, free downloads. All participants provided with a CD of free resources.
For teachers, paraprofessionals, parents
Getting started as a SPELD SA tutor - the problems students have and how to help: Ref 010820
For beginning tutors joining the SPELD SA register.
Kerry Williams,SPELD SA Tutor Coordinator
Session 3: Jolly Grammar -Spelling Focus (2½ hours) Ref 080820am
Prerequisite: Jolly Phonics – Session 1 & 2 or an in depth knowledge of synthetic phonics.Covers grammar content in the Jolly Grammar Handbooks 1-5
As the teaching of spelling moves towards systematic teaching of conventions and generalisations enabling students to apply knowledge to an ever increasing number of words, it should be an exercise in logic and problem solving where students take risks and have a go. This is a practical workshop focussing on: What to teach, how to teach it, programming, assessment, grouping, how to add variety and interaction and keep students engaged and on task.
For teachers, SSOs, paraprofessionals, tutors, student teachers, parents years 1-7
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Due to COVID-19 restrictions please BYO refreshments and lunch if attending both sessions..
Session 4: Jolly Grammar - Grammar Focus (2½ hours) Ref 080820pm
Prerequisite: Jolly Phonics – Session 1 & 2, Jolly Grammar - Spelling Focus. Covers grammar content in the Jolly Grammar Handbooks 1-5
Good grammar teaching should be systematic and sequential. This workshop explores ways to put excitement and activity into the more complex aspects of Jolly Grammar. Take away practical activities you can apply in your classroom tomorrow.
Tutor/ft student $45Member $90Non-member $110
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Information evening for parents: Dyslexia - what it is and how to help: Ref 190820
This Session takes a practical approach to helping students develop fundamental literacy skills at home.
For parents of R-7 children.
Phonological awareness, a crucial precursor to reading, requires explicit teaching, daily exposure, and practice. This hands-on workshop examines phonological awareness and its underlying relationship to and importance in the development of literacy.
Through interactive activities, attendees will explore phonological patterns (such as onset rime, rhyme, syllabification, etc) and examine a range of motivating learning games and tasks.
For teachers, spec. ed. teachers, and SSOs years R-12
Tutor/ft student $35Member $70Non-member $90
The Spelling Rules Program: Ref 120920
The Spelling Rules Program can be used with children as young as six, right up to adults who do not feel confident with spelling. In fact, it is an excellent way to provide support to anyone who struggles with spelling.
Every participant will be provided their own Spelling Case for use during the workshop (a case that has magnetic letters, whiteboards, marker, and eraser). It is designed for a teacher/leader to use with a large group of students, or just with one person. It is also possible for adults to use the program to teach themselves how to use spelling rules. These will be available for purchase during the workshop.
For class teachers, spec. ed teachers & SSOs
Dyslexia: How to recognise and accommodate Junior Primary and Primary students in the classroom: Ref 230920
This session explores the common features of dyslexia, reviews specialist methods for teaching dyslexic students, and details effective strategies for accommodating them in the junior primary and primary school classroom.
For R-7 teachers.
Member $70Non-member $90
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