A Multisensory Writing Program conceived by Tori Greene and Mary Lee Enfield
To build an understanding of the function of words in composing a sentence leading to paragraph writing through a structured, sequential multisensory approach.
This two day module begins with building a “bare bones” sentence consisting of a single subject and predicate and progresses to more complex sentence structures leading to paragraph writing. The program features the use of mnemonic hand signals, pocket chart cards, and a coding system to associate word function as well as planning sheets for each kind of paragraph.
The first part of the workshop uses a systematic multisensory approach to teach the role of words in composing a sentence and to recognize patterns such as subject describers and predicate expanders. During the second part, participants practice applying sentence development around the “key point” of different types of paragraphs.
Date: TBD / Two Days (8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.)
Trainer: Robyn McMullin, Certified Course Facilitator
Partially funded by Friends of Hawaii Charities & Margaret Watt Edwards Foundation
For more information, please contact:
Darlene Robertson, Director of Professional Program Development