Keys to Early Writing
Who Should Attend:
Grades K-3 teachers, Literacy Coaches, ELL teachers, Special Education Teachers, and Administrators
About the Presentation:
This program trains teachers to introduce basic oral and written expression skills to students in grades K-3. Participants learn best practices to address the writing requirements of Common Core standards, use oral language to develop a foundation for written language, introduce the stages of the writing process, and introduce basic text structures for the three types of writing.
- Early writing developmental stages and Common Core expectations for grades K-3
- Suggestions for engaging a community of writers: collaboration, opportunities for feedback, student choice
- Suggestions for daily writing using quick writes
- How to teach sentence writing, transitions, and basic paragraph structure
- Stages in the writing process (think & plan, write, revise)
- Writing scaffolds, including sentence, paragraph, and multi-paragraph templates
As a result of attending teachers learn a consistent instructional routine for primary grade writing skills that builds strong writers from kindergarten to grade 3.
8:30-10:00 am................Program begins
12:00-12:45 pm....Working Lunch and Networking at SERESC
12:45-2:00 pm..... Program
2:00-2:15 pm Break
2:15- 3:30.pm................Session Wrap Up
About the Presenter:
Lisa is a senior trainer for Keys to Literacy. Lisa is an experienced educator with a passion for literacy. She began her career in 1995 at the Landmark School, a school renowned for the work they do with children and adolescents with language-based learning disabilities. Throughout her career, Lisa has served as a classroom teacher, a literacy trainer, and a reading specialist, in both urban and suburban schools. Lisa presented teacher training for district-wide adoptions across the state of Florida. She is also serving on the Board of Trustees for Gate City Charter School. Lisa graduated from Rivier College with a M.Ed in Reading and B.A. in Elementary Education and Special Education.
Cost and Registration Information
Check-in and continental breakfast starts at 8:00 am
Presentation starts at 8:30
Lunch at SERESC
Adjourn: 3:30 pm
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance for 6 contact hours
$225.00 Per Participant
$195.00 early registration rate- Register and pay by September 7, 2016---Enter discount code:EARLY*REGISTRATION.
SERESC member districts are eligible for discounts. Please contact Sabrina Bryant for your discount code if you are an educator from a SERESC firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-6800. SERESC member districts are: Auburn - Bedford - Candia - Hampstead - Hooksett - Londonderry - Merrimack - Pelham -Timberlane - Windham
Registration ends September 14, 2016
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