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Become a professional Kriah Rebbe/Morah

Learn how to teach children to read and how to ensure that no child is left behind.
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Course details
Duration : 9 Hours
Lectures : 6
Video : 9 Hours
Level : All Levels
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What you’ll learn

In the past 7 years, I helped hundreds of students achieve kriah confidence, accuracy and fluency. But I can’t reach everyone. I need help. That’s why I want to pass my hard-earned knowledge and expertise further, so more kids can be helped every single day.
This course is designed to enable anyone teaching kriah to use my unique methods and enjoy my unparalleled success rates for themselves.

Whether you want to become a Rebbe, Teacher or want to become a dedicated reading specialist, this comprehensive course will give you the necessary knowledge, skills and tool-set you need, to do a superb job.

Along the way you will learn:

  • Which method is best for our students.
  • What are the pre-skills that cause success for each level of reading.
  • In each part of Kriah, which type of letters / syllables / words are harder or easier and why.
  • What role visual perception plays in reading success and how it can be improved.
  • What role phonemic awareness plays in reading success and how to work on it.
  • The 5 most important skills needed for reading.
  • The stages in which a child learns, and the role of the teacher and the pupil in each of these stages.
  • How to improve fluency in a class-setting (age 4-11+)
  • How to create an exciting lesson.
  • Tools to support children who cannot concentrate
    And much more…

Who this course is for:

  • Rebbes/Morahs who just start teaching in a class or are looking to improve their teaching skills.
  • Anyone who runs a Kriah department in a school.
  • If you are a private Kriah Teacher, this course will only give you the basic understanding of how to teach Kriah. Further training will be required.
What are you hoping to achieve with this course?
Teachers are commonly asked by schools to follow their school’s method of kriah. However, most are unaware of what level to expect from their students, how to support weaker students, and the right way to correct their mistakes. My goal is to clarify to teachers exactly what skills their students need for fluent kriah, as well as how to deal with any issues that crop up.
What will the course include?
It will detail the pre-skills needed prior to each kriah level, as well as the objectives for each level being taught. I will expand on the topic of phonological awareness as this can prevent many problems to occur. Along the way I will also talk about the five main skills needed for reading, classroom management in kriah lessons, how to teach fluency and much more.
What will Rebbes/Morah's come home with?
Having attended the course, teachers should see an immediate change in their student’s attitude to learning. Kids will be looking forward to their lessons and perform much more successfully. Additionally, by getting it right from the start, schools/parents will potentially save themselves hundreds of pounds by avoiding the need for private kriah lessons later on.
Which method are you going to teach?
At the course I will not promote any method (of course I will also mention a lot from my Teachers Rabbi Ungar and Rabbi Barsesky). Whatever I will say will be relevant for all methods. (Even Kriah Neimah)
What drives you to do this?
Many teachers are doing more harm than good during their lessons. By just following a method without the basic understanding of the kriah build up, there is no way to reach out to the weaker students. What happens is, the teacher gets frustrated, tells them off and the students get put off by the teacher. It will not take long for a weaker student to hate reading. With this course, what previously was a forced lesson and a battle of wills between a struggling child and an increasingly frustrated teacher, will now iy”H become an opportunity for bonding with the students and building their confidence.
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