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Reading and Spelling workshops

English Professor Tracy Rauschkolb
February 11, 2010

Get help with your reading and spelling

Get help with your reading and spelling

Join us for our series of free student workshops on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-12:50pm in Cypress Hall room FL2-238 at the Folsom campus.

This semester we are featuring:
Spelling Dilemmas on Tuesdays
and
Reading Comprehension Strategies on Thursdays.

"Spelling Dilemmas" Tuesdays presented by Nick Bell, CSUS
2-9 Words Pronounced Alike: Isle Altar You're Grade If Yew Dew You're Homework
2-16 Spelling ie and ei: Won't You Be My Freind?
2-23 Silent Consonants: Will Wat I Don't No Rek My Test Score
3-2 Vowel Sounds : OMG, I'm LOL
3-9 Spelling Schwa ə: Huh?
3-16 Dropping Final e: Pleas Mak Mye Daye
3-23 Changing Final y to I: Don't Worry, I'll Be Mercyful...
4-6 Words Pronounced Similarly: I Was a Candy Date for President
4-13 Doubling Final Consonants: Helpp! I Was Robed!
4-20 Spelling Demons: Witch Wich Ate My Sandwhich?

"Reading Comprehension Strategies" Thursdays presented by Madeline Gilbert, CSUS
2-11 Reading Strategies: What Do I Do?
2-18 More Efficient Reading: How Do I Do It?
2-25 Paragraph Structure: What's My Line?
3-4 Main Ideas: Whassup?
3-11 Finding Supporting Details: Why?
3-18 I dentify & Evaluate Arguments: Prove It!
3-25 Patterns & Relationships: It All Fits Together
4-8 Making Inferences: Reading Between the Lines
4-15 Reading Critically: What's It All About?
4-22 Strategies for Remembering What You Read: Remember What?

For more information, call 916-608-6805.