What is structured literacy?
Structured literacy is an evidence-based approach to teaching reading that emphasizes the fundamental skills and knowledge of language and literacy. It is focused on helping all learners, including those with dyslexia, to decode, comprehend, and spell. It involves explicit and systematic instruction in the structure of language and individual sounds, words, and writing.
Structured Literacy: A Comprehensive Approach to Reading
What are the main components of structured literacy?
What strategies can be used to teach reading based on the science of reading?
What do you believe are the most important elements of reading based on the research?
How do you think the science of reading and structured literacy can help students learn to read more effectively?
Brain break: Draw a happy sun chasing a grumpy cloud trying to cover it
Work together in pairs: What are the three core components of structured literacy instruction?