Teach Little Learners Love Literacy with confidence. This unique 2-day workshop will prepare any teacher to implement LLLL in the classroom – reading and spelling.
Day one will introduce the basic alphabetic code and extended consonant code – in line with our scope and sequence for a Foundation classroom. You will learn about the theory and research underpinning LLLL.
Day two will introduce the extended vowel code, as well as delve into morphology, vocabulary and grammatical knowledge. The scope and sequence for Year 1 will be discussed in detail.
This two-day workshop is perfect for:
Year 1 teachers who want to know what the children have been explicitly taught in Foundation
Foundation teachers with children who are excelling in reading, writing and spelling
Literacy Leaders who are seeking more knowledge on implementing LLLL in the early years
AP and Principles who want to learn more about the pedagogy of explicit sequential synthetic phonics and what it looks like in the classroom
Educators who want to know how to use our formative assessment tool LLARS – which assess alphabetic code knowledge, single-word reading and connected text analysis.
We will be moving our workshops online until it is once again safe to hold them face-to-face. You will receive similar engaging content and a hands-on approach from our usual presenters, but delivered live online. .
The reduced price includes over $100 of LLLL resources (including postage to your chosen address) to ensure you have the materials that you need for the training, and a hard-copy professional learning workbook.
Our professional learning workshops are essential to teach Little Learners Love Literacy with fidelity, and to get value and impact from your resources. We are thrilled with the new online format and hope you will be too.
Both days for $400 (only want Foundation? Click here).
While working with children who needed additional support, Maureen Pollard realised there was a need for explicit and sequential phonemic and phonics teaching in Australian classrooms. When she helped teachers change their approach and pedagogy, the overall literacy results improved drastically and Learning Logic and Little Learners Love Literacy® was born.
Evidence-based literacy research stresses the importance of explicit and sequential literacy teaching from the beginning. Our goal is to have this happening in every Foundation classroom from Day 1, giving children the best possible chance of being fluent readers, writers and spellers.
It also makes it clear that the most effective way of teaching reading is to include 5 key components: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency practice, vocabulary and comprehension. Little Learners Love Literacy® has been developed to do this in a simple, sequential, explicit, effective and engaging way.