WHAT: Sponsored by Support for Families of Children with Disabilities
The prospect of teaching students ages birth to ten with significant disabilities to read and write can seem overwhelming. All students can learn and this workshop will cover shared reading (developing a love of reading, and supporting language through reading), emergent writing (beginning to write with symbols, words, and the alphabet), self-selected story listening (listening to a range of engaging, age-respectful books), and an introduction to phonics (developing letter-sound connections) and phonemic awareness (understanding spoken language at the word, syllable, and letter level).
WHERE: San Francisco
1663 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
WHO: This workshop is for families and professionals of students with moderate to significant disabilities.
Presenter: Dr. Caroline Ramsey Musselwhite
HOW MUCH: This workshop is FREE and includes a light lunch!! If you sign up at least one week in advance, they also offer free childcare and accommodation services!!
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SFO Balanced Lit Flyer