Recorded Webinar Magic of Morphology: Prefixes, Suffixes, & Roots
Group rate for groups of 5 or more.
Comment from a participant of a live Magic of Morphology Webinar: "I love all of the fun therapy ideas! They are practical, easy to put into use, and I can literally begin using them tomorrow."
- Recorded November, 2015
- Available to be watched anytime, at your convenience,
until March 31, 2017
- Offers 3 continuing education hours for all or, for SLPs 3 CMHs, which are accept by ASHA.
- Within one week of purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email from email@example.com with the recording link, the handout, the evaluation, and instructions for earning your certificate of attendance. To earn certificates of attendance for a group of attendees, please assign one person to be the point of contact for this process. This person will forward the above mentioned recording link email (containing also the handout and evaluation) to the participants who will be participating in this group webinar. Each person will then be responsible for submitting his/her own evaluation via the survey link in the email, by the assigned deadline, in order to receive a certificate of attendance.
This popular and unique webinar is presented by Reading with TLC co-founder and co-director, and Lively Letters author, Nancy Telian, MS, CCC-SLP. In this lively session, Nancy will be demonstrating how to simultaneously improve students' reading, spelling, and vocabulary skills by developing their morphological awareness (the recognition, understanding, and use of meaningful word parts). Morphological awareness instruction is appropriate for those working with students in first grade and higher. Content is aligned with the Common Core State Standards in the area of multisyllable words and morphological awareness (prefix, suffix, and roots). After sharing introductory information, including clarification of terms and research rationale, Nancy will share many hands-on strategies for improving development knowledge and use of inflectional and derivational morphemes. Participants will also receive an extensive appendix listing lists of prefixes, roots, and suffixes, as well as links for resources that address morphology. Those who watch the webinar and complete a brief evaluation survey will receive certificates of attendance for 3 credit hours, which can also be used as Continuing Maintenance Hours (CMH) for those maintaining their ASHA certification as SLPs. Speech pathologists receive certification maintenance hours, which are accepted by ASHA, and everyone receives a general certificate of attendance. Certificates are sent on a monthly basis.