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CINC Building, Room 170
University of Colorado, E Campus
1777 Exposition Drive
Boulder, CO 80309
North of 38th & Arapahoe Directions

Sponsored by:
International Dyslexia Association
Rocky Mountain Branch

Advanced Linguistic Remedies: Morphology and the History of English in Reading, Writing, and Spelling

Special Educators, Speech-Language & Reading Specialists, and Teachers

Mar 15-16, Apr 13, 26-27, 2019 (Snow day May 4)

Fridays 4:30pm - 8:15pm, Saturdays 8:25am - 3:30pm

University of Colorado at Boulder

You know how to guide discovery to help children improve their phonological awareness and decoding. And you know how to help kids apply, automate, and transfer these skills into reading and writing in context. You want to improve your abilities to help students become independent, eager readers with good comprehension, and you're eager to learn to apply discovery-oriented teaching with advanced English vocabulary. Well, this is the course for you!

The advanced course is mainly for people who have learned and practiced concepts & techniques from Introductory Linguistic Remedies. Students should be able to guide children to discover and apply phonological skills in reading, in writing, and in manipulating sounds in basic 1- and 2-syllable words. In the advanced class, students refine and deepen their ability to individualize instruction and to create a balanced reading program. Students advance their linguistic knowledge and learn how the history of English affects English spelling patterns and vocabulary. They learn especially how to extend the work with words with Latin and Greek histories and to integrate this to improve vocabulary and comprehension. Both Introductory and Advanced LR courses include some ideas similar to Dale (1898), Lindamoods (1975), and Henry (1990). But neither course is affiliated with these or any other authors or programs.

The Advanced Linguistic Remedies Class includes the 2014 Advanced Linguistic Remedies Manual.

About the Author / Instructor

Barbara Wise authored and instructs this class. To learn more about her, see her bio: Barbara Wise, PhD.