San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
LETRS Foundations is a teacher's first step in gaining essential knowledge about effective teaching of reading.
LETRS Foundations introduces educators to the concepts and practices supported by reading science. It also prepares teachers for the more rigorous, in-depth modules of the overall LETRS professional development program.
Crafted for the adult learner, this module addresses the differences between good and poor readers; aspects of language that are important for literacy; the components of effective instruction; principles of systematic, explicit instruction in each component; and instructional activities that can support the implementation of any comprehensive core program.
LETRS Foundations is full of engaging activities, exercises for practice and review, and explicit connections to the classroom. Selected videos from Teaching Reading Essentials reinforce and support the lessons in the program.
Training time requirement: The training is best done in four days. The days can be arranged with the instructor to best meet the school’s schedule at the same time maintain the integrity of the LETRS training.
Material requirement: LETRS Foundations: An Introduction to Language and Literacy Manual and Video CD
Cost of training provided by REAC3H Coach: $47.49 for Manual and Video CD for each participant to be ordered by the district at www.soprislearning.com. Must be on hand prior to the training. (Cost will vary if the training is requested from LETRS National Trainers.)
District responsibility:. Provide a place conducive for the training, to include tables and chairs, and projector. Copies of handouts (needed by the trainer for the participants) and supplies for activities; copies and activities are an essential part of the training.
Certificate of Completion for LETRS Foundation Training: Will be provided for participants that have attended all scheduled LETRS Training hours.
When & Where
REAC3H Southwest Oklahoma Region
REAC3H Instructional Coach
Leticia Sanchez, M.Ed.
Sonya Parsons, M.Ed.