This one-day workshop supports teachers in the successful implementation of Language Central with an emphasis on instructional strategies, progress monitoring, and connection to core curriculum success. Participants examine the research behind the program’s focus on academic vocabulary, written and oral language, and comprehension skills.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
• Implement teaching strategies that promote the development of language skills needed for success in the core curriculum.
• Implement lessons that focus on development of vocabulary, comprehension, and written and oral language skills.
• Determine appropriate instructional plans based on student data.
High School English/Reading Educators, Literacy Coaches, Specialists, Administrators
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 30
NUMBER OF DAYS: 1
This one-day workshop provides an overview of the correlation between fluency and reading success. The workshop helps teachers plan and implement fluency strategies and activities into their readin
This one-day workshop provides an overview of strategies for differentiating instruction. The workshop includes tips for making both minor and complex adjustments to instruction to meet the needs o
During this three-day institute, participants establish a foundational understanding of differentiated instruction and have the opportunity to apply the newly acquired differentiators to lesson pla
Differentiating instruction during both whole-group and smallgroup instruction can help teachers meet the needs of all learners. This one-day workshop provides an overview of strategies for differe
Making adjustments to how content is delivered to students, the instructional process, and the format of student products can impact student learning. This one-day workshop focuses on using the dif