Science of Reading: The Podcast

S3-03. Deconstructing the Rope: Decoding with Louisa Moats

February 10, 2021 Amplify Education Season 3 Episode 3
Science of Reading: The Podcast
S3-03. Deconstructing the Rope: Decoding with Louisa Moats
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Science of Reading: The Podcast
S3-03. Deconstructing the Rope: Decoding with Louisa Moats
Feb 10, 2021 Season 3 Episode 3
Amplify Education

Join Dr. Louisa Moats, President of Moats Associates Consulting, as she unwinds decoding, a strand of Scarborough’s Reading Rope. In the third episode of our Deconstructing the Rope series, Louisa highlights the significance of decoding in the science of reading and discusses the value of becoming students of our own language. She also mentions the reciprocal relationship between decoding and encoding and why both are essential to provide effective phonics instruction to children in the classroom.

Quotes:

“We need to be students of our own language so that when we accept the responsibility of teaching kids how it works, we’re very comfortable.”

“We have much more insight into how kids learn any language-based academic skill, not only from neuroscience but also cognitive, developmental, linguistic, and educational intervention research.”

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.

Show Notes

Join Dr. Louisa Moats, President of Moats Associates Consulting, as she unwinds decoding, a strand of Scarborough’s Reading Rope. In the third episode of our Deconstructing the Rope series, Louisa highlights the significance of decoding in the science of reading and discusses the value of becoming students of our own language. She also mentions the reciprocal relationship between decoding and encoding and why both are essential to provide effective phonics instruction to children in the classroom.

Quotes:

“We need to be students of our own language so that when we accept the responsibility of teaching kids how it works, we’re very comfortable.”

“We have much more insight into how kids learn any language-based academic skill, not only from neuroscience but also cognitive, developmental, linguistic, and educational intervention research.”

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.