Wed, Jun 29|
Zoom Online Webinar
Keep Phonics Fun with Games and Movement for Online or In-Person Teaching (1)
*Live and Recorded* Join this full-demo webinar to learn how to quickly add bursts of movement and games to every part of a structured literacy lesson with any materials!
Time & Location
Jun 29, 2022, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Zoom Online Webinar
About the Event
Gain strategies to increase student engagement with low-tech methods and learn how to quickly add games or movement to every part of a structured literacy lesson, whether online or in-person.
What will you learn:
Are your students slumping in their seats, tired of the same games, or overwhelmed with technology?
This full-demo webinar is for general education teachers, special education teachers, reading specialists, tutors, homeschool parents, and virtual tutors. The information and strategies provided will apply to early literacy students or students of any age with reading challenges related to dyslexia or ADHD. Michelle will outline ways to add movement to motivate students and support inflexible thinkers through games.
She will demonstrate how to use your materials and turn them into engaging games right on the spot during a structured literacy lesson. So, let's prepare to move and play because teaching and learning how to read should be fun for you and your students! This webinar will be full of demonstrations and will provide multiple ways to engage your students with limited prep so that you can start using new techniques and tools tomorrow.
Participants will receive:
*A workbook to support a structured literacy lesson with activities that will take you through the school year.
*A special bundle of editable word card activities to get started
Michelle Breitenbach is an energetic and motivating presenter who will get you on your feet. She is a certified dyslexia practitioner and early literacy specialist from Boston, Massachusetts. After working as a special educator for seven years, she established her own company in Miami, Florida, Read to Rewire. She supports students online as a private educator, and she coaches teachers globally. Michelle is passionate about teaching others how to engage students through movement and games in the classroom and online, precisely those extra wiggly, inflexible thinkers. Michelle was teaching online for over a year when the pandemic occurred. She supported the transition to online teaching with free resources and webinars during the pandemic. Michelle loves creating unique resources to support teachers and maintain student interest with games and bursts of movement. Her interactive webinars have focused on elevating student engagement, maintaining multi-sensory methods, minimizing tech online for successful lessons, setting up behavior systems, and weaving quick motivating activities into each part of a structured literacy lesson.
Formerly spoke at:
Climbing the Ladder of Reding Conference on March 27, 2021
Topic: Engaging Struggling Readers with Less Technology
Hosted by Wimberly Dyslexia Center
Webinar Presenter for Reading with TLC (Lively Letters)
Topic: Kicking Phonics Boredom to the Curb with Games and Movement
Topic: Success with the Document Camera for Online or In the Classroom (over 1500 sign-ups)
Topic: Setting Students up for Success from Day 1 Online
Games and Movement