Reading Road Trip: Foundational Literacy Skills with Dr. Holly Lane

By IDA Ontario & Dr. Holly Lane Last updated 2024/05/27
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 In this episode of the popular Reading Road Trip podcast, Dr. Holly Lane, the Director of the University of Florida Literacy Institute (UFLI), unpacks key considerations for teaching foundational reading and writing skills. 

Curriculum Connection

B2. Language Foundations for Reading and Writing
Language Foundations, Phonemic Awareness, B2.1. Orally blending phonemes to form spoken words, beginning with two phonemes and progressing to words with up to five sounds with teacher support; segmenting the sounds of spoken words containing up to five phonemes. Language Foundations, Phonics Grapheme-Phoneme Correspondence, B2.3. Understanding the relationship between simple, high-frequency, and complex graphemes (letters or combinations of letters) and the phonemes (units of sound) they represent.
Topic(s): Applying MorphologyApplying OrthographyApplying PhonicsExplicit InstructionPhonemic AwarenessWord-Level Reading and Spelling

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