Webinars

On-Demand
Presenter: Maria Nichols
Deep Comprehension and Engaging the Nature of Talk

Dialogic instruction offers rich potential for deepening comprehension as students explore texts by reading, thinking, and talking with others. Harnessing this potential requires understanding the type of talk needed and the depth of comprehension possible. This session offers an opportunity to reflect on the process of reading, thinking, and talking to understand with depth and consider strategies for practical classroom application.

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On-Demand
Presenter: Lori Oczkus
Developing Language for Deeper Reading Comprehension

Join Lori Oczkus as she shares practical strategies for helping students develop the academic language required to think, articulate, and gain a deeper understanding of texts during guided reading sessions. Our students today need to delve into texts to infer, make connections, develop opinions, and evaluate the authorís craft and characterís actions. The ability to think, articulate, and discuss these ideas are critical to success.

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September 20th, 2017 at 1:30pm (ET)
Presenter: Maria Nichols
Deep Comprehension and Engaging the Nature of Talk

Dialogic instruction offers rich potential for deepening comprehension as students explore texts by reading, thinking, and talking with others. Harnessing this potential requires understanding the type of talk needed and the depth of comprehension possible. This session offers an opportunity to reflect on the process of reading, thinking, and talking to understand with depth and consider strategies for practical classroom application.

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September 19th, 2017 at 2:00pm (ET)
Presenter: Lori Oczkus
Developing Language for Deeper Reading Comprehension

Join Lori Oczkus as she shares practical strategies for helping students develop the academic language required to think, articulate, and gain a deeper understanding of texts during guided reading sessions. Our students today need to delve into texts to infer, make connections, develop opinions, and evaluate the authorís craft and characterís actions. The ability to think, articulate, and discuss these ideas are critical to success.

Register Here


September 14th, 2017 at 5:00pm (ET)
Presenter: Maria Nichols
Deep Comprehension and Engaging the Nature of Talk

Dialogic instruction offers rich potential for deepening comprehension as students explore texts by reading, thinking, and talking with others. Harnessing this potential requires understanding the type of talk needed and the depth of comprehension possible. This session offers an opportunity to reflect on the process of reading, thinking, and talking to understand with depth and consider strategies for practical classroom application.

Register Here