But I'm not a Literacy Teacher!

Teaching literacy and the CC across content areas

Come spend the day collaborating with colleagues...

... to identify specific comprehension strategies you can use to help students meet the standards!


Common Core State Standards are designed so that all teachers help students develop their literacy skills. Most certified teachers never had to take a reading or writing course in their professional preparation, although many teachers are already teaching literacy in their classes.


Middle level teachers have an advantage making sure their students meet the standards if there is an effective team model in place.


Meet the Presenter!


Who should attend? Middle Level Content Teachers, administrators and curriculum coordinators

Literacy and the Common Core

Tuesday, Feb. 18th 2014 at 8:30-10:30am

29 Commerce Drive

Bedford, NH

Check-in starts at 8:00


$155.00 for this workshop

Breakfast and Lunch at SERESC


Registration until 11/26/2013

Early registration of $125.00 by 11/19/2013


Certificate of attendance with 5.5 professional development hours

Outline:

8:00 am Check in/Continental breakfast

8:30 am Looking at the Standards and their expectations

10:15 am Break

10:30 am Strategies for reading, writing, speaking and listening, language

12:15 pm Lunch at SERESC

1:15 pm Team work and the standards

2:45 pm Next Steps
3:00 pm Certificates, Adjourn

Outcomes:

Participants will be able to:


  • Make connections between CCSS and specific reading strategies in your content area;
  • Connect vocabulary instruction with reading, writing, speaking and listening;
  • Make connections between CCSS and writing in content instruction;
  • Identify at least six comprehension strategies and apply them to individual in- struction; and
  • Formulate strategies to teach the standards in collaboration with other members of your grade level team.