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The 4-Step Process

COURSE INFORMATION

  • By the end of the course you should be able to use the 4-Step Process to study words with students at all ages and stages of their literacy development.
  • The course contains a video, recorded from some of our live webinars. Watch the video and follow along with your handout.
  • At the end, you will be asked to share an example of one of the words you’ve chosen to study.

Books

Lyn has written three books on the subject of literacy and language, supported by online courses too. The links below will take you to each book.

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14 thoughts on “The 4-Step Process”

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    Hi, my name is Laura, I work as a learning and support teacher at a primary school, and also a private tutor. I wanted to do this course to develop my understanding of word study, and learn how to use the 4 Step Process tool.

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    Hi, my name is Sarah. I am a special education teacher working in a support unit in a mainstream high school. I teach a class for students in years 7 – 10 with mild intellectual disabilities. The majority of my students are low-progress readers so I spend a lot of time working on phonics, phonemic awareness, reading and spelling with my younger students. I’d like to learn some strategies for teaching my students more challenging words. This is particularly important for my older students who are getting ready for TAFE/work experience and need to learn more complex content vocabulary.

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    Hi my name is Kirsty and I work at a state school in Queensland, grade 3. A colleague of mine has completed this course and was discussing it with me. I found it very interesting and would love to learn more about it to help my students in relation to word study skills.

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    Hi I’m Lauren and I work at a large primary school as the head of teaching and learning. I am looking for ways to develop, both my own and teacher knowledge around using word studies to support literacy development across the school.

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    Goldamir Falis

    Hi Lyn! I am a mother of a 5yo and 6yo girls. I am a registered nurse in NZ. I am passionate about teaching my own kids how to read and write. I also am a parent volunteer in the school where they are enrolled. I am hungry for resources and strategies that are effective and efficient at delivering reading instructions to our primary pupils. I am here to learn more.

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    Hi, my name is Karen and I have a somewhat different background to most people.

    I am a Secondary trained teacher (Japanese and ICT) but I have spent the last 13 years as a Training Systems Officer in the Navy. In what little spare time I have, I also work as a private tutor with two primary school aged siblings and an adult member of the Navy with dyslexia. I’ve also done other specialist training in phonemic awareness and dyslexia support.

    This course will be useful in both my private practice, my current Navy project and my Doctor of Education (commencing 2023) where my focus will likely be on how we can improve the delivery of ESL and basic adult literacy education,

  7. Sharon Uren

    Hi, I’m very confused as I thought I’d done this online face to face, but it seems there’s another element to it. I’m a full time tutor online, some face to face, and at a YMCA vocational school. This should be very useful and I’ve used it already – but am very confused about whether I need to do it again (as the account says I haven’t done it). Also as to how I get into my Egypt pack as previously offered to participants. Could someone please advise. Thank you.

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    Hi, I’m Louise. Full time tutor for children in junior-middle primary with literacy difficulties. I am loving everything I am learning from Lifelong Literacy, both via books and online training. Looking forward to consolidating what I learned in the face to face session.

  9. Sharon Uren

    Hi, I’m a tutor full time as waaaay too old for a classroom! However, as a psychologist originally I prefer tutoring anyway as you can teach them what and how they require, not what and how the classroom situation and curriculum demand. I have done this course on the original course ‘live’ on 5th May, so am a little confused as to why we are doing it again. Never mind, I’m sure to get more ideas the second time round.

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