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Fostering Critical Literacy Through Read Aloud and Accountable Talk
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/26/2018
When: 01/26/2018
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
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National Presbyterian School
4121 Nebraska Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20016
United States


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Creating the Space for Important Conversations: Fostering Critical Literacy Through Read Aloud and Accountable Talk
Real-life avid readers value time and opportunities to talk about the books they are reading. We know talk is an essential of reading instruction that helps children build comprehension skills. Learn more about how when teachers build the routines, tools, and space for read aloud and accountable talk, children grow conversation skills and comprehension skills that can lead them to have critical conversations about important topics.

 

Participants can bring a favorite read aloud book that invites conversation (around a topic, issue, character or lesson).

 

This session is designed for teachers (or administrators/specialists) in Lower School (grades K-5).

 

Note on parking: Participants should enter the National Presbyterian School parking lot at the Van Ness entrance and park behind the church. Stone Hall is located on the ground floor of the National Presbyterian Church directly across the parking lot. Event signs will direct you.

 

AIMS Members: $45 (through Jan 12th) or $55 (through Jan 12th)
NON AIMS Members: $65  (through Jan 12th) or $75 (through Jan 12th)
Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after Jan 16th. 

 

 

Presenter Info:

Julie Erb is the Lower School Literacy Specialist at McDonogh School. She is a Baltimore native, and has taught in both public and independent schools-- most recently second-grade at McDonogh. Julie is a graduate of the Literacy Specialist program at Teachers College Columbia University. Through this program, she worked closely with Lucy Calkins and lead staff developers at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project to provide staff development in schools in New York City, plan and lead literacy workshops, develop the new Units of Study in Reading, and implement Reading and Writing Workshops in schools. Julie has led professional development in public, charter, and independent schools and has presented at Lesley University's "Literacy for All" Conference. Julie loves being in classrooms of all kinds, sharing her love of reading and writing with both teachers and children.

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