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*How to Teach Students to Think Critically About Text (Grades 2-5) - 17/18-312 2/15/2018

This professional development workshop is built upon the critical reading and writing skills called for in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).  Thinking critically about a text requires students to evaluate information and ideas presented in the text. Throughout the day, educators will deepen their understanding around comprehension and vocabulary as a way to help students think critically and respond to higher order questions. Educators will be provided with a deep understanding to help students become well-versed readers, writers and thinkers! Teachers will be provided time to plan a lesson based on the learning from the day.

Target Audience
Grades 2-5 Teachers, Coaches, Principals, Interventionists, Paraprofessionals and School Psychologists.

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02/15/2018 8:30 AM-3:00 PM1Kalamazoo RESA Service Center (1819 E. Milham Ave) 3700 9999



Contact Us

Registration and SCECHs Questions:

Karen Goudie
Instructional Executive Secretary
269-250-9210
Karen.Goudie@kresa.org


Questions regarding individual workshops:

Please find contact listed on event page.


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