Structured Literacy instruction requires the deliberate teaching of all concepts with continuous student-teacher interaction (explicit) and the organization follows the logical order of language from the easiest to most difficult concepts or elements (systematic). Structured Literacy consists of several elements: *Phonology is the study of sound structure of spoken words such as rhyming, counting words in spoken sentences, clapping syllables, and manipulating phonemes and is a critical element. *Sound-Symbol Association (phonics) is mapping the phonemes to symbols or printed letters. Phonics is taught and mastered in two directions: visual to auditory (reading/decoding) and auditory to visual (spelling/encoding). *Syllable Instruction is the teaching of the six basic syllable types in the English language and syllable division rules. The syllable types help the reader determine the sound of the vowel in the syllable. Syllable division rules assist the reader with where a word is divided for accuracy in reading a long, unfamiliar word. *Morphology is the study of base words, roots, prefixes, and suffixes. *Syntax is the grammar, sentence variation, and the mechanics of language. *Semantics includes instruction in the comprehension of written language. Resource links will be shared during the in person training that will contain information and materials for online learning with students during Covid-19 and a drive to plan weekly structured literacy lessons. BEFORE this 2-Day Training, you will need to complete a few online modules to front load your learning. They are: Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness and Letter Sounds. These modules will be sent to you after registration of the course. Please complete all 3 to be ready for our in-person two-day training. Join me, Kristy Stuber, on July 26 and 27, to learn how to implement Structured Literacy Using Multi-Sensory Approach…..The Recipe for Reading.