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        Decoding | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Join us as we to help build students' decoding skills in this "Sound It Out!" professional development session from The Electric Company. Educators will learn more about the components of this session, which offer insight on the importance of decoding, as well as ways to use Electric Company media to support new or existing lessons on decoding. Feel the power as you learn specific strategies for integrating Electric Company content into your unique classroom setting.

        Decoding: Welcome | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Join us as we to help build students’ decoding skills in this "Sound It Out!" professional development session from The Electric Company.

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        Decoding: The Scoop | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        What’s the Scoop on decoding? Decoding is a key driver of academic success, but can be a tricky skill to master for some students. Watch as we explore the concept of decoding and introduce the three videos we cover in the next sections, which will help us discuss three specific methods for building students’ decoding skills using Electric Company resources.

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        Decoding: Plug It In - Self-Talk | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Together we explore the Electric Company video “Tips from the Playground: Mad at IE,” starring Reggie and the oftentimes tricky vowel combination “IE." We discuss one method for supporting students’ Decoding skills – the Think Aloud strategy – and how this example clip can be used to introduce this concept before, during, or after a lesson on “IE” or other vowel combinations, consonant blends, consonant digraphs, and more.

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        Decoding: Plug It In - Cloze Procedure | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        We discover how the Cloze Procedure can be employed as one strategy for helping students practice their decoding skills after watching the video “Mummies Love Pies,” featuring our not-so-spooky Haunted House friends. Still using “IE” as our example, we discuss how the Cloze Procedure can be a helpful tool for reviewing decoding concepts with students.

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        Decoding: Plug It In - Manipulatives | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        We watch as Shock plays with and manipulates words in the video clip “Shock Word Carnival: IE” and discuss ways that his game can be incorporated into the classroom. His carnival fun reminds us that manipulating letters can be a great way to practice blending sounds and decoding words and that using manipulatives is another helpful strategy that can be employed to support students’ decoding skills.

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        Decoding: Get Electric | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Here we summarize what was covered in this "Sound it Out!" professional development session from The Electric Company and celebrate the many resources and strategies available to help build students’ decoding skills. Learn more about integrating Electric Company video content on a range of decoding topics into new or existing lessons and where to find the many free resources available to you as support students’ literacy in your classroom settings.

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