Teaching Phonological Awareness and Graphophonic Knowledge in K-2

4 places available

Start:  Friday 18 January 2019 - 9.00am

Finish: Friday 18 January 2019 - 12.30pm

Location:  SSTUWA building, 1 West Street, West Perth WA 6005 (off Thomas Street)

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About the course

We know that phonological awareness (PA) skills are crucial for literacy success.  But, are you still looking for an effective approach that is not isolated or scripted but still explicit?

Join Carey Rogers to learn how to plan and implement an effective PA and graphophonics program in your classroom. Learn what early readers need to know, and how it can be taught in meaningful contexts. The session
will commence with an overview of all areas of speech and language placing phonological awareness into the greater context of literacy.

Carey will present a range of integrated activities and strategies for developing PA knowledge and skills. You will have the oppportunity to explore a range of resources to support PA, and will take home a USB full of great activities to support the implementation of a highly effective PA program.

You will receive an email to the address you provided, on Monday 7 January 2019.  The email will confirm if the event is going ahead as scheduled.

Outcomes

By the end of the session participants will develop skills, knowledge and strategies for effectively teaching of the following elements:

  • Recognising and generating rhymes.
  • Listening for sounds in words.
  • Segmenting words into sounds.
  • Linking letters with regular sounds.
  • Representing sounds heard in words with letters.
  • Recognising that the same letter represents different sounds.

Costs

$ 75 : Members: Part Time/Relief/Student
$ 150 : Members: Full Time
$ 250 : Non-Members

Hospitality

Morning tea provided.

We are able to supply a vegetarian or gluten free option. Please advise us prior to the event. training@sstuwa.org.au

Facilitator

Carey Rogers
Level 3 Classroom Teacher
Meadow Springs Primary Schoo

Nominated Audience

K-2 Educators

Trade union training leave

Schools
Members in schools and TAFE colleges are eligible for five days of paid leave per year to attend trade union training (TUT).

To comply with TUT leave requirements applicants must:

  • Submit applications to DoE/principal four weeks prior to the event.
  • Provide DoE/principal with a printed copy of the course program attached to this form.
  • Be nominated by the SSTUWA. See “nominated audience” on the attached course program.

This leave provision covers teacher relief for members attending SSTUWA TUT courses.

For school administration
When processing TUT leave applications:

  • Indicate the leave is “Miscellaneous Paid Leave” when completing an application for leave form.
  • “Trade Union Training - project code 1471” should be written under leave type.

Professional Standards for Teachers in Western Australia

This training relates to the following standards :

Standard 2 – Know the content and how to teach it
Standard 3 – Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Standard 4 – Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
Standard 7 – Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community