How to Teach Literacy without LOTW
Raise your hand if you were (or are) a Letter of the Week Teacher
I’m raising my hand because I once taught preschoolers using LOTW.
LOTW seems so logical. You teach one letter a week and by the end of the year – boom all the letters are covered. You know you covered all the letters – good to go right?
Well…. It turns out that what we know now from the research is that LOTW isn’t as effective as we wish it was. Stay tuned to find out why (and what we can do instead)!
- Why Letter of the Week isn’t best
- How to teach letters without Letter of the Week
- Free Training: 3 Mistakes to Avoid to Rock Early Literacy in your Preschool Classroom (July 6 at 10am CST). Register Here.
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As an early educator who is still in the classroom, Ashley Rives will share the ins and outs of how she runs her classroom in a play-based, child-centered way. Each week, expect a new episode focused on actionable strategies to level up your abilities and confidence as a preschool teacher.
Ashley Rives is an early educator with over 17 years of experience and a strong passion to help teachers implement child-centered learning in preschool classrooms all over the world. You can follow her on Instagram @lovelycommotion or learn more at the Lovely Commotion Preschool Resources website: www.lovelycommotion.com.