Tier 1A - Standards-Based World Language and ELL Instruction to Address the Common Core and Today’s Students
For teachers of all languages and ELL teachers, this hands-on and interactive workshop focuses on standards-based instructional practices that develop student proficiency and common core competencies. Presenters will demonstrate a wide variety of strategies that work to keep today’s students actively engaged and in the target language. Participants will learn effective, classroom-tested, ready-to-use strategies to reach and teach diverse student populations through demonstrations, examples, and video clips. Check-in room: CE-110
Tier 1B - Using Stories to Enhance Standards-Based World Language and ELL Instruction and to Address the Common Core
For teachers of all languages and ELL teachers, this workshop presents highly motivating and engaging storytelling strategies to develop language proficiency and common core competencies. Participants will learn easy steps to accelerate proficiency through a variety of Comprehensible Input techniques: oral, reading, and stories. The program emphasizes standards-based approaches that are effective, classroom-tested, research-based, and ACTFL-supported to reach and teach diverse student populations. Pre-requisite: Tier 1A or equivalent. Check-in room: CE-110
Tier 2 - Standards-Based Instructional Practices to Address the Common Core for Teachers of Advanced Spanish Classes
In this workshop for teachers of Spanish 3, 4, AP Language and Culture, and Spanish for Spanish Speakers, participants will be shown how to implement four new engaging and motivating thematic units using AP College Board themes that are designed to ensure student success on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam and to develop common core competencies. The workshop will address all areas included in the new examination: essential questions, aural/oral skills, reading comprehension, grammar, and composition. Participants will receive all materials presented as well as suggestions for implementation. All new units. Check-in room: CE-110
Tier 3 – Using Films and Online Technologies to Enhance Common Core and Standards-Based Competencies of Spanish Speakers
Participants will explore cross-cultural links between full length and short films and history, current events, art, music and literature and will examine procedures for developing Common Core and Standards-based competencies using film to enhance the curriculum and infuse it with authentic experiences of cultural merit. They will learn to use online technologies to support student interpretation of audio, video and written texts, participation in interpersonal communication, and creation of presentations and video products. Check-in room: CE-110
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October 1, 2017 extended to October 6, 2017.
You may choose one of the above seminars.
POSSIBLE FUNDING SOURCES: IDEA, Title I, Title II, Title III, Title V, Title VII, ESSA Funds, Innovation Funds, Improving Teacher Quality Enhancement Funds, Charter Schools Funding, Program Improvement Funds, SELPA, Professional Development Funds, and Parent Teacher Organization Funds.
If your school cannot send you, we have partial scholarships available.
For details download scholarship application form. Contact us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Lewie Johnson at 760-953-0659.
Dates: Program will be offered on four Saturdays: October 14 and November 11, 2017, and January 27, February 24, 2018, and an observation day at a local school.*: Tiers 1A and 1B on November 30; Tiers 2 and 3 on November 29, 2017.
Times: 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Credit: Optional four semester units of credit will be available for $300.
Cost: $695 per participant (If your school is not able to send you, ask about our partial scholarships.)
Location: Check in room: College of Education, CE-110, California State University, San Bernardino
*Teachers who cannot attend the observation day can complete an alternate assignment.
Download Registration form and program information.
October 1, 2017 extended to October 6, 2017.
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