Morphological Instruction for All: Supporting Linguistically Diverse Students (On Demand Webinar)
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webinar focuses on the importance of morphological instruction to support
reading and language development for all students—and specific advantages for
English learners (ELs) or dual language learners (DLLs) with language and
reading disorders. Speakers Sana Tibi and Peter Bowers share evidence-based tools and strategies
SLPs can use in intervention to explicitly teach morphology and explore
You will be able
the benefits of morphological instruction on reading and language skills for
bilingual students with speech-language disorders
cross-linguistic differences between English and additional languages that may
impact development of language and literacy skills
considerations for selecting, developing, and using various activities to
assess morphological knowledge of bilingual learners with speech-language
tools for morphological instruction to into intervention sessions and share
strategies with caregivers to support bilingual language and literacy
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