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--Essential Practices for Disciplinary Literacy Instruction in the Secondary Classroom: Grades 6-12

Join us in an overview and unpacking the ten sets of research-supported instructional practices that have been shown to increase student achievement and/or engagement with academic literacies. This learning will focus on the Essential Practices for Disciplinary Literacy Instruction in the secondary classroom, while crosswalking into the Practices for Literacy within the content areas of English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics.  

Target Audience

Building Administrators, Curriculum Directors, Instructional Coaches (Building leaders are encouraged to bring a team of representatives from each content area to process what these practices may look like within classrooms of each content area.)

Learner Outcomes
  1. Participants will develop an awareness of the Essential Practices for Literacy Instruction in the Secondary classroom.
  2. Participants will have the opportunity to crosswalk these practices into each content area set of practices.
  3. Participants will develop an awareness of the IES guide recommendation for reading and writing instruction. 
  4. Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with peers to consider current practices to understand what may be built upon to incorporate these practices as well as develop strategies to incorporate the practices. 

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01/21/2021 8:30 AM-3:30 PM2Kalamazoo RESA Service Center (1819 E. Milham Ave) Winter Sessions 9999

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