Topic: Beginning Reading

The 5 Big Ideas of Beginning Reading

Effective reading instruction incorporates five components including phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. These five components of reading are all linked. Phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency and vocabulary all build up to reading comprehension, which is the goal of reading. 

Topic: 
Beginning Reading, Evidence-based
Audience: 
Parents & Families, Schools & Districts, State Agencies
The Alphabetic Principle: From Phonological Awareness to Reading Words Inforgraphic

The alphabetic principle is a critical skill that involves connecting letters with their sounds to read and write. Learning and applying the alphabetic principle takes time and is difficult for most children. Explicit phonics instruction and extensive practice are important when teaching children to learn the alphabetic principle.

Topic: 
Beginning Reading
Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Mother reading with child

In this tutorial, you will learn evidence-based information about your child’s reading development from preschool through adolescence, all in an interactive online experience.

Topic: 
Beginning Reading
Audience: 
Parents & Families, Schools & Districts
Books on Shelf

Expert: Louisa Moats, Ph.D.

Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Topic: 
Beginning Reading

Expert: Jeanne Waznek, Ph.D

Audience: 
Parents & Families
Topic: 
Beginning Reading, Interventions
Women Reading

Expert: Mark Seidenberg Ph.D.

Audience: 
Parents & Families
Topic: 
Beginning Reading, Interventions
Book

Expert: Jess Surles

Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Topic: 
Beginning Reading, Interventions

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