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Helping Teachers Foster a Strong and Supportive Learning Environment for Multilingual Students


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?


Participants will:

  • Learn how to support multilingual students in multiple contexts.
  • See classroom examples that demonstrate ideas for whole group and small groups lessons, which can be implemented by classroom teachers or English learner specialists.
  • Explore how educators can integrate language development in literacy instruction.

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. 



Click here to contact Account Solutions Manager Michael Kinzler with any questions or requests you may have. 



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