Reading to succeed

LSLStudents with disabilities often struggle with literacy. How can you help them? In Growing the Brain for Listening & Spoken Language as the Foundation for Literacy, our workshop leaders will help you think about how to expand literacy beyond reading. You’ll:

  • Learn auditory-verbal teaching strategies and techniques to teach spoken language through listening.
  • Understand how auditory-verbal teaching strategies and techniques can be used with children’s literature to develop exceptional conversational skills.
  • Apply strategies and techniques in the classroom so that ALL children–especially those with hearing loss–can become engaging conversationalists and develop grade-appropriate literacy and academic skills.

Register today to help all your students read to succeed.

P.S. – Early bird conference savings end January 26. Register now and save!

Already registered for the convention? You can add this or any of our workshops to your registration by calling Customer Service at 888-232-7733.

Author: Megan Jones (CEC)

CEC's Marketing & Communications Coordinator. Washington State native, Game of Thrones addict, unable to cook much more than pasta and even that is sometimes pushing it.

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