Upcoming Events for Everyone Reading
 

 2019 Everyone Reading Annual Conference

March 4 & 5, 2019

CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. @ 34th Street
New York, NY




 Postmarked ON or BEFORE
January 31, 2019
 Postmarked AFTER
January 31,  2019
  Attendee Student** CUNY
Student***
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Full - 2 Days  $330  $180  $150     $380
$220
 $200
1 Day
 $280  $140  $125    $330 $170  $150

For groups of 10 or more receive a 20% discount - enter code Group10

**Proof of full-time student status is required.
***Proof of CUNY student status is required.

Ticket Price includes all day access to the Exhibit Hall

 COMING EVENTS at Everyone Reading 2018

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SOUNDS SENSIBLE WORKSHOPS 

August 22, 2018 - 9am - 3pm


WHERE: Everyone Reading Offices
11 Broadway – Suite 868, New York, NY 10004
FEE: $269.00


Sounds Sensible is a highly successful, systematic, multi-sensory reading and language arts program based on the Orton-Gillingham philosophy, making it uniquely effective as part of an intervention, a remedial, or an inclusion reading program.   Designed as the first level of the S.P.I.R.E. program, Sounds Sensible is also used as an independent phonological awareness and beginning phonics program in Grades Pre-K–1. 

The Professional Development for Sounds Sensible/Pre-Level 1 focuses on how best to develop phonological awareness, early phonics, oral language and handwriting skills for young at-risk readers. 

At a one-day Sounds Sensible workshop, participants will gain the skills to effectively teach Sounds Sensible.  In this interactive workshop, participants will: 

  1. Review characteristics of young children at risk 
  2. Obtain background knowledge of consonant sounds and single vowels and learn strategies for helping students produce them correctly
  3. Explore the scope and sequence of young readers and learn where to place them in the Sounds Sensible Program 
  4. Understand the importance of rhyme and activities to develop rhyming skills
  5. Learn the necessary foundations for acquiring reading skills and how to implement the Sounds Sensible Lesson in small groups, practicing each of the 5 step lesson plan, which includes include direct instruction and activities in: 
    1. listening 
    2. rhyming 
    3. segmenting
    4. understanding phoneme/grapheme relationships
    5. taking dictation 
  6. Optimize the use of the materials included in the Sound Sensible Kit
  7. Learn how to plan and write Sounds Sensible Lessons with the easy to follow lesson planner
  8. Practice the multi-sensory teaching techniques utilized in the 5- step Sounds Sensible Lesson Plan
  9. Discuss pacing and progress monitoring strategies
  10. See real students participating in a Sounds Sensible Lesson (on video)

MATERIALS INCLUDED:

1-Sounds Sensible  Presentation & Folder
1-Sounds Sensible Kit
1-Ancillary materials

 
Be sure to select the correct date you would like to register for:




August 22, 2018


















Sounds in Motion

Auditory Perception, Phonemic Awareness, Early Literacy,
and Articulation Stimulation Through Movement

 When: November 3, 2018
 Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
 Where: Everyone Reading
11 Broadway, Suite 868, New York, NY 10004
 Tuition: $215

includes a movement practice DVD and workbook of instructions and materials for 15 weekly lessons.

This all day program will teach you a collaborative classroom phoneme stimulation approach used with preschool, kindergarten and first grade children, and with older students who are having difficulty learning to read.

Originally designed to improve listening and articulation skills, it hasevolved into a phonemic awareness and early literacy tool. The two most important aspects of this program are the use of body movements from the Verbotonal Method to train perception and production of speech sounds, and the development of active listening skills for early learners. Strategies for English Language Learners and special populations will also be addressed.

Get ready to move – this technique is unique and fun!

SIM Trainer Holly Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP is the Head of Speech-Language Pathology at The Gillen Brewer School, New York, NY. She is a Hanen certified therapist who has led numerous parent training workshops in the New York City area. In the past five years, Holly has presented Sounds In Motion for teachers and speech-language pathologists for the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), the New York City Department of Education, the United Federation of Teachers, Everyone Reading and the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA). She holds a B.S. degree from Northwestern University’s School of Speech and an M.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University.