DuBard Association Method® Seminar

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THE SEMINAR WILL COVER

  • A review of the beginning levels of the DuBard Association Method®,
  • The structure of language as utilized at the various story levels of the method,
  • Correlative programs: math, telling time, calendar work and related subject areas,
  • Classroom management for effective implementation of the method,
  • Lesson planning,
  • Individual Education Plan (IEP) development,
  • Development of materials,
  • Task analysis of commercial textbook material for modification for children with language disorders, and
  • Syllable types and transfer to texts.

THE SEMINAR IS DESIGNED FOR

  • Kindergarten through second grade teachers (general and special education),
  • Reading specialists and
  • Speech-language pathologists.

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

This course is offered for 4.0 Southern Miss educator and 4.0 ASHA
speech-language pathologist/audiologist (intermediate level, professional area) CEUs.

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