OUR WORKSHOPS


Over the years R.E.A.Dyslexics has created WORKSHOPS to enhance awareness and empathy for the problems faced by learning disabled children. Teaching strategies and methods have been demonstrated to facilitate learning. The workshops aim at imparting fresh ideas and outlook to the participants who are encouraged to break the mould of conventional ways of teaching.

WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS AT READ OR AT SCHOOLS:
WORKSHOP GRADES No. of Hrs
CREATIVE WRITING FOR PRIMARY LEVEL GRADES 1 TO 5 3.5
CREATIVE WRITING FOR SECONDARY LEVEL GRADES 6 TO 8 4
WORKSHOP ON IMPROVING READING STRATEGIES GRADES 1 TO 3 3
HOW TO TEACH COMPREHENSION FOR PRIMARY LEVEL Grades 1 to 5 3.5
HOW TO TEACH COMPREHENSION FOR SECONDARY LEVEL GRADES 6 TO 8 4
WORKSHOP ON PHONICS Grades 1 to 3 3.5
WORKSHOP ON TEACHING STRATEGIES Grades 1 to 4 3.5
WORKSHOP ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PRIMARY LEVEL TO GRADE 3 3.5
WORKSHOP ON SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF PREPOSITIONS GRADES 1 TO 4 3.5
AWARENESS OF DYSLEXIA ALL GRADES 3.5
CRITICAL THINKING FOR SECONDARY LEVEL Grades 5 to 8 3.5
HOW TO BECOME A READING SPECIALIST 10
HOW TO BECOME A SPELLING SPECIALIST 7.5

MODULES:
MODULE NAME OF MODULE DETAILS NO. OF SESSIONS NO. OF HRS
A DYSLEXIA

Nature of dyslexia – Teaching tips

3 4.5
B DEVELOPING PRE- READING SKILLS

Early intervention and the scientific study of the sound system:

  • Terminologies
  • Phonetics
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Orton Gillingham technique
  • The Hickey technique
16 24
C HOW THE BRAIN READS

Auditory PerceptionHow sound perception affects spelling/reading and writing.

Developing Auditory Skills:

  • Hearing perception
  • Sound perception
  • Effects on reading
  • Effects on spelling


17 25.5
D HOW TO TEACH PHONICS
  • Importance of letter names & sounds
  • Vowel sounds
  • Blends – initial /final /assimilated
  • The concept of magic e
  • Doubling rule of consonants
  • Teaching the two sounds of c and g
12 18
E HOW TO TEACH COMPREHENSION 2 3
F READING

1) Visual Perception issues related to reading

Developing visual skills:

  • Visual perception
  • Issues related to reading
  • Issues related to spelling
  • Issues related to writing
9 13.5
G COGNITION: HOW DOES IT AFFECT LEARNING

1)  Language

2)  Attention

3)  Memory

11 16.5
H STRATEGIES TO DEVELOP SPELLING SKILLS 12 18
I DEVELOPING WRITING SKILLS

TEACHING SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION

FUN WAYS OF USING PREPOSITIONS 

CREATIVE WRITING – HOW TO ENJOY IT

Note: Sub-course duration is 3 days each and lasts for 4.5 hrs

9 13.5
J HANDWRITING

HOW TO IMPROVE PENMANSHIP

4 6
K STUDENT ASSESSMENT (candidates with prior experience)

STUDENT ASSESSMENT

REPORT WRITING

LESSON PLANS

13 20