Instructors: Jeryca Einhorn, APSRC Director of Special Education Services & Sherry Williams, APSRC Recruitment & Retention Specialist
This course walks you through the “6 syllable types” and “Syllable Division.” In the first portion, Sherry and Jeryca show you an easy way to remember the 6 syllable types and walk you through some examples and a strategy to read these syllable types. In the second portion, they show you a strategy to divide syllables in order to be able to successfully read multi-syllabic words.
Please read these directions carefully. You may want to print this page for reference as you proceed through the course.
This is Literacy Instructional Strategies: 6 Syllable Types and Syllable Division course. Completion of this course and the corresponding quiz will earn one/half (0.5) continuing education credit hour for school staff members. Please be sure you are on the correct course.
The lesson consists of one video and 5 quiz questions. You may not exit the quiz once it has begun. In order to pass the quiz, you must answer all five questions correctly, but you may take the quiz as many times as necessary in order to pass.
The lesson is timed in order to ensure that APSRC may grant the full amount of credit that the course is intended to receive. You may take more time than required or rewatch the lesson; however, course credit is limited to 1/2 hour.
When the lesson is complete, a green checked box will appear next to that lesson. A link to print your continuing education certificate will appear. Please click that link and print a certificate for your records. APSRC will also be notified that a course was completed. APSRC staff will review your course information and certify the earned hour.
Note: Only the individual logged in will receive credit for the course. Therefore, before beginning the course, ensure you are logged in correctly under your personal username and password.
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