Top 5 Insights from Oakland University’s Research on the Effectiveness of Oral Language for Early Childhood Literacy
Recorded on April 14, 2016
Learn Oakland University’s independent research into the effectiveness of oral language acquisition for early reading fluency and what it means for early childhood educators worldwide. These longitudinal studies were conducted at multiple schools and in diverse populations of children from preschool to Grade 2. We will review the testing measurements used but quickly drill down into understanding the impact on various student subgroups and on their literacy skills.
Deonna Montei, Literacy Consultant
Deonna Montei has served as a Teacher, an Administrator, a Reading Recovery Teacher Leader, a Regional Literacy Training Center Director, and a Literacy Consultant for more than 30 of Michigan’s public and private school districts in rural, urban and suburban areas and in the inner city, as well as in public, private and charter schools. It has given her a first-hand perspective on what really makes a difference when it comes to language.
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Research has shown that oral language has a profound effect on children’s reading success throughout their academic career. In this online, multimedia preview, learn how GrapeSEED’s oral language acquisition and critical listening strategies are significantly improving reading fluency in young learners and test scores for all student populations.
1. See a classroom in action
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4. Watch literacy experts, teachers, and principals as they share their insights
Join Jennifer and Kasey as they cover GrapeSEED's oral language concepts, why it works, research findings, and teacher stories from Kasey's classroom experiences with GrapeSEED.