OCONEE REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY
Serving the counties of Baldwin, Hancock, Johnson, Putnam, Washington & Wilkinson



Reading Endorsement Course II Content Area Literacy: Application of Evidence-Based Instructional Practices (PL2021-03)
Hours: 50.00 / Tuition: $350 / Non Oconee RESA Fee: $700.00
Status: OPEN / Maximum Size: 30
Instructor: Paulene Roberson
Date: 12/1/2020 thru 2/26/2021 Time: 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: - Webinar/Virtual Meeting N/A, Ga (Click for Driving Directions)
Registration Deadline: 9/1/2020



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Course Description
 

Course II 

Content Area Literacy:  

Application of Evidence-Based Instructional Practices 
 

Course description/objectives: 
Candidates will learn how to deliver evidence-based instruction focused on identified student weakness. Through high quality, differentiated and evidence-based instructional approaches, candidates will scaffold learning carefully with a rigorous and challenging learning environment to meet students at their identified level of performance and rate of progress as leveraged with Lexile measures, IEP goals, objectives and learning targets.  On completion of this course, candidates will be able to:

      -Create coherent and developmentally appropriate reading instruction (Grades K-12) that considers individual learners’ strengths, interests, and needs that enables each learner to advance in his/her learning. 

      -Assist other content subjects with interdisciplinary planning in order to achieve reading across the curriculum. 

      -Acquire and use new skills needed to effectively teach reading comprehension in primary grades with an understanding of the oral and written language that facilitates it through phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics as they relate to comprehending print.

      -Understand the importance and function of receptive and expressive vocabulary instruction, semantics, domain specific vocabulary (academic vocabulary), and morphology as it relates to vocabulary development. 

      -Understand the role of vocabulary as it works into students’ understanding of word meanings, repeated practice, and comprehension of print through the use of context clues, explicit teaching, and the use of assessment data to make ongoing decisions directed to individual student needs. 

      -Apply strategy that builds student capacity through teacher modeling, guided practice, particularly as it impacts text readability, complexity, coherence, structure, and overall comprehension by understanding the interdependence among reading components and their effect on the reading process for native speakers of English as well as English language learners. 

      -Understand the impact that linguistic and cultural background has on English language learners’ comprehension, along with importance and role of home languages. 

      -Plan and prepare to teach using scaffolded strategies, Response to Intervention, and differentiated instruction to move their students along a continuum of reading success as it builds reading comprehension.

 

Target Audience
Classroom Teachers
District Administration
Instructional Facilitators/Coaches
School-Level Administration
 


Class Notes

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Oconee RESA 
206 South Main Street
Tennille, GA 31089

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Notification of cancellation for any course must be received prior to the registration deadline. Registration fees are refundable only if cancellation is received before the registration deadline. Withdrawals/Cancellations received after the registration deadline will not be accepted and fees will not be refundable. 







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Phone: 478-552-5178

     Dr. Hayward Cordy
     Executive Director
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