in 2001, dr. hollis scarborough reshaped our thinking about the complexity of reading with her conceptualization of the tightly woven strands of a rope as a metaphor for skilled reading. these days, it’s difficult to discuss reading without referring to dr. scarborough’s reading rope. please join us as we tease apart each strand and consider its role in the pursuit of the ultimate goal of reading -- comprehension.
please click the button below to watch the 30-minute on-demand webinar at your convenience and to access the handout, q&a, and other related resources.
we hope you'll enjoy watching all 8 of our science of reading on-demand webinars. the series includes:
teaching with decodable text
mastering the questioning process
how the brain reads
phonemic awareness for older students
balanced literacy vs structured literacy
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