3.3 The Connection Between Language and Literacy
We know that language is a vehicle for learning. Everything we do in education is connected to language. Whether it is instructions in math and science, ELA classes, literacy learning, and intervention, language plays an important role in learning about the world around us and how we interact with academics.
In this episode, we discuss the connection between language and literacy and what this means for our Structured Literacy and Orton-Gillingham lessons.
Tune in for some things we, as educators, can be mindful of when planning, and some tips to take into our lessons to bridge oral and written language.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- 3.2 How to Talk About Dyslexia
- 2.9 The Power in Saying Dyslexia
- FREE Dyslexia Awareness Month resources - The Literacy Nest
- FREE Dyslexia Awareness Month resources - The Dyslexia Classroom
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