Strategies for Encouraging Reading Readiness in Young Children

Presented by: Howard Goldstein, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Dean for Research, College of Behavioral & Community Sciences, University of South Florida; and Elizabeth Spencer Kelley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor of Communication Science and Disorders in the School of Health Professions, University of Missouri-Columbia
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Do you have children in your program that struggle with oral language skills? Learn how to help improve the language and literacy skills of children at risk for reading challenges. Learn new ways to address key elements of reading success—oral language skills, vocabulary, phonological awareness, and alphabet knowledge.

Presented by the Story Friends™ and PAth to Literacy authors, learn about:

  • The skills children need before they learn to read
  • How to tell if a child is struggling with these skills
  • Strategies for teaching the necessary skills for reading
  • The RTI/MTSS framework
  • Story Friends and PAth to Literacy intervention programs