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One-Day Workshop:
Supporting English Language Learners in the Reading Workshop

Presented by Lindsey Moses

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Overview

Elementary teachers working with diverse populations often ask, "How can I support the needs of my English learners and proficient English speakers at the same time? What can I do to make sure they are getting rigorous content that is developmentally and linguistically appropriate?" Lindsey Moses has spent her educational career experiencing, studying, and researching these very questions. Based on classroom experience and research, she uses photographs, student work, and classroom videos to make the practical implementation of supporting English learners accessible.

In this one-day workshop, Lindsey shares effective ways to modify your routines to meet the needs of every student in your classroom, including planning and implementing units of study that are supportive of English learners; providing guided learning experiences for English learners during independent work time; supporting language and literacy development with needs-based, small-group instruction; and creating learning opportunities for English learners to engage in meaningful experiences with both literature and informational text.

Lindsey's instructional ideas, lesson examples, children's literature suggestions, and differentiation strategies give you all the tools you need to implement a reading workshop that is as effective for your English learners as it is for your English speakers. The day will include practical, easy-to-implement instructional ideas that can be used in a variety of classroom settings for new and veteran teachers.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain a deeper understanding of English learners' background, educational experiences, and language acquisition
  • Learn five research-based tips for supporting English learners in a reading workshop
  • Acquire methods for planning and structuring a reading workshop that is supportive for English learners
  • Discover opportunities for whole-group instruction and differentiation with literature and informational texts to meet the needs of English learners
  • Observe how to develop purposeful small-group instruction, word work, and independent learning experiences
  • Discuss ideas for implementation and application

About the Presenter

Lindsey Moses is a highly sought-after speaker, staff-developer, and professional development residency provider. A former elementary teacher, Lindsey works with classroom teachers across the country supporting the implementation of effective literacy instruction in diverse settings. She is an award-winning assistant professor of literacy education at Arizona State University, and conducts ongoing classroom-based research on elementary literacy instruction with English learners. Lindsey brings her classroom and research experiences together to provide practical, research-based instructional ideas for teachers in her two books, Comprehension and English Learners with Michael F. Opitz, and Supporting English Learners in the Reading Workshop. Lindsey's latest book, coauthored by Meridith Ogden, is What Are the Rest of My Kids Doing?: Fostering Independence in the K-2 Reading Workshop.

Who Should Attend?

Classroom teachers of grades K-6, literacy coaches, reading specialists, ESL teachers, Title I teachers, curriculum specialists, and administrators.

Time

8:30 A.M.-3:00 P.M.

Tuition

The cost of this workshop is $249.00 per person. If you register 3 or more participants at the same time the cost is $239.00 per person.

Early Bird Special!

Registrations must be received by January 23, 2018 to qualify for the early bird rate of $209 per person.


Upcoming Dates & Locations

03/08/2018 - Columbia, SC
03/15/2018 - San Diego, CA
03/22/2018 - Garden City, NY

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