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  • Education Service Center 7
    of School Youth Services Parent Information Rosetta Stone State Compensatory Education Title I Part A Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops September 10 2015 Curriculum Directors Meeting Agenda Curriculum Director Schedule New Book Press 2015 Accountability Gifted and Talented Sessions Science Sessions Math Bundle Handout GT Contact Info DIRECTORS QUICKLINKS Curriculum Directors Home 2014 15

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Counseling Services Migrant Education Out of School Youth Services Parent Information Rosetta Stone State Compensatory Education Title I Part A Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops October 8 2015 Curriculum Directors Meeting Agenda FITT Science Sessions Social Studies PLC Leadership High School Math Sessions DIRECTORS QUICKLINKS Curriculum Directors Home 2014 15 Meetings Handouts Archives 2012

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Rosetta Stone State Compensatory Education Title I Part A Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops November 12 2015 Curriculum Directors Meeting Agenda HB 2610 HB 2610 Waiver Minutes Palestine ISD HB 2610 2 Day Tap and Think Day of Code Flyer Fall Social Studies Sessions Math Sessions Dec Feb Hemispheres Important Reminders CD Meeting Minutes

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Information Rosetta Stone State Compensatory Education Title I Part A Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops March 22 2016 Curriculum Directors Meeting Agenda Back to School Digital Learning GT Conference Eustace Testing Program Math Flyer Social Studies Flyer Science Social Studies Flyer ESSA Info TMSA Region 7 Accountability and Instruction SAT College Prep Course DIRECTORS

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Region 7 Curriculum Directors 2014 2015 Curriculum Directors Meeting Dates September 9 2014 Region 7 ESC Session 042855 Handouts October 9 2014 Region 7 ESC Session 042859 Handouts November 13 2014 Region 7 ESC Session 042867 Handouts January 8 2015 Region 7 ESC Session 042874 Handouts February 19 2015 Region 7 ESC Session 042878 https todaysmeet com R7CD1415 Handouts March 19 2015 Region 7 ESC Session 042882 Handouts May 21 2015 Region 7 ESC Session 042886

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Definition of Dyslexia Most current definition Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language that is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities and the provision of effective classroom instruction Secondary consequences may include problems in reading comprehension and reduced reading experience that can impede growth of vocabulary and background knowledge Adopted by the IDA Board November 2002 This definition is also used by the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development NICHD 2002 Let s break it down Specific learning disability research has indicated specific cognitive characteristics related to dyslexia that is neurological in origin dyslexia results from differences in how the brain processes information Specifically functional brain imaging has demonstrated a failure of the left hemisphere posterior brain systems to function properly during reading More information http www sfn org skins main pdf brss BRSS Dyslexia pdf http www ncsall net id 278 It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities students with dyslexia will demonstrate difficulties identifying real words word recognition and pronouncing nonsense words decoding the student s ability to read fluently is also a major characteristic as well as difficulty with spelling This is in contrast to the popularly held belief that the major characteristic is the reversal of letters words and numbers These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language making the connection between oral language and the letters sounds that represent language in written form requires an awareness that all words can be decomposed into phonologic segments i e the word bat can be broken down into three phonemes or individual sounds b a and t Research findings have been consistent in confirming that in young school age children as well as in adolescents a deficit in phonology is the strongest and most specific finding related to dyslexia That is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities unexpected in relation to the student s oral language skills the ability to learn in the absence of print intellectual functioning or strong math skills in comparison to reading skills and the provision of effective classroom instruction if the child has been identified as at risk for reading failure

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Characteristics of Dyslexia The following are the reading spelling characteristics of dyslexia Difficulty reading single words in isolation Difficulty accurately decoding nonsense words Slow inaccurate or labored oral reading lack of reading fluency Difficulty with learning to spell The reading spelling characteristics are the result of difficulty with the following The development of phonological awareness including segmenting blending and manipulating sounds in words Learning the names of letters and their associated sounds Phonological memory holding information about sounds and words in memory Rapid naming of familiar objects colors

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Helpful Books Readings All Kinds of Minds by Mel Levine M D Basic Facts About Dyslexia Other Reading Problems by Louisa Cook Moats Karen E Dakin Beginning to Read Thinking and Learning About Print A Summary by Marilyn Jager Adams Dyslexia Fluency and the Brain by Maryanne Wolf Dyslexia Theory and Practice of Instruction 3rd Edition by Diana Brewster Clark Joanna Kellog Uhry English Isn t Crazy by Diana Handbury King Helping Children Overcome L D by Gerome Rosner Homework Without Tears A Parent s Guide for Motivating Children To Do Homework and To Succeed in School by Lee Canter Lee Hausner How Dyslexic Benny Became a Star A story of Hope for Dyslexic Children and Their Parents by Joe Griffith Informed Instruction for Reading Success Foundations for Teacher Preparation by The International Dyslexia Association Josh A Boy With

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