Create a 12-15 slide digital presentation for teachers-in-training describing how the brain learns to read based on the science of reading research. Begin your presentation with a brief introduction explaining the following: The stages of reading development The stages of writing development

Create a 12-15 slide digital presentation for teachers-in-training describing how the brain learns to read based on the science of reading research.

Begin your presentation with a brief introduction explaining the following:

The stages of reading development

The stages of writing development

The connection between English language systems (e.g., phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics) and literacy

For each of the following theoretical models of reading development, explain the key components and how young learners move through the phases of each theoretical model as they develop proficient reading skills:

The Simple View of Reading

Scarborough’s Reading Rope

Four-Part Processor Model

Carol Tolman’s Hourglass

Ehri’s Phases

Include a title page, presenter’s notes, and reference page. 

Presenter’s notes are required for each content slide. Presentation must include a title slide at the beginning, and a reference slide with documentation of resources at the end. The title slide and reference slide are not included in the total number of slides.

Support your presentation with a minimum of three scholarly resources.