2.8 Incorporating Writing in Structured Literacy Lessons
Structured Literacy is not just about phonics! In this episode, we get into the subject of writing. Mainly, the cognitive demands of writing and how you can thoughtfully incorporate writing into your structured literacy lessons.
We will share about writing from our perspectives as interventionists and also from our experience as classroom teachers.
Tune in as we discuss the ten most important components of writing, their implications for the classroom, and what writing will look like in structured literacy lessons.
Stick around until the end when we’ll address which dyslexia screeners we use.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- 2.4 How to Effectively Work with Older Students with Dyslexia
- 2.5 Word Attack Strategies for Older Students with Dyslexia
- CORE Phonics Survey
- Neuhaus screening tools
- Casey on TpT - The Dyslexia Classroom or The Dyslexia Classroom
- Emily on TpT - The Literacy Nest or The Literacy Nest
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