Supporting Early Literacy Instruction Pre-K to 3

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In the third installment of the Lead for Literacy NAESP interactive webinar series, Jill Pentimonti, Ph.D., Aleksandra Holod, Ph.D., and Lana Santoro, Ph.D. discuss:

  • Critical components of oral language and vocabulary, print knowledge, and phonological awareness as key skills for literacy learning in young learners. 
  • Identifing critical instructional look fors in the use of read alouds to promote narrative and expository comprehension. 
  • Accessing web-based tools and resources to support implementation of evidence-based literacy practices by school staff and students.  

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