This series invites participants to explore what research-based instruction looks like for multilingual learners. Each session builds knowledge of a guiding principle grounded in research and how it transfers into instructional practices.
Sessions are run as small, interactive classes and will therefore not be recorded.
SESSION 1 | Thursday, April 8 | 3:30PM PT
The integration of language development and meaningful content learning.
SESSION 2 | Thursday, April 15 | 3:30PM PT
The role of oral language development in second language literacy.
SESSION 3 | Thursday, April 22 | 3:30PM PT
The importance of grade-level, complex texts for language learners.
SESSION 4 | Thursday, April 29 | 3:30PM PT
Putting it all together: how do the guiding principles work as a whole?
Presenter: Sarah Webb, Great Minds Senior Curriculum Designer for Multilingual Learners in Humanities and former English learner teacher and instructional coach in Dayton, OH.
NOTICE: Participants who attend these sessions will view early access to materials and are therefore disqualified from being appointed to the 2021 Oregon ELA instructional materials evaluation committee.
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