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English Language Arts

In English Language Arts (ELA) students learn to become effective readers and writers. Teachers use a balance of complex fiction and non-fiction texts in the classroom and teach reading, writing, vocabulary and discussion with an emphasis on using details and evidence from the text.

Aligned Asynchronous Professional Learning Modules (APLMs)

Small Group Strategy Lessons and Conferences in the K - 8 ELA Classroom

QN Facilitators: Gina Ceparano, Paula Stein, and Rahjia Vandiver

This webinar will support your synchronous English Language Arts instruction by highlighting two high-leverage practices: Small Group Strategy Lessons and Conferences. Participants will observe lesson demonstrations, for both practices, and reflect on the alignment between the pedagogical practices and the guidelines of CR-SE.