Teaching Reading to Students Learning English: Direct Strategies
Learn how to use the What’s Different? materials to provide professional development to educators who teach reading in classes with English language learners.
Please join us at an upcoming three-day Direct Strategies Institute using CAL's widely-used What’s Different About Teaching Reading to Students Learning English? professional development program. The training will provide participants with an understanding of the methodology and strategies for teaching English learners how to read.
This research-based curriculum incorporates key findings from the National Literacy Panel (2006) on teaching reading comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, phonemic awareness and phonics to English learners. Connections will be made to college and career readiness standards (such as CCSS) including reading and writing in the content areas.
The three-day institute is designed for elementary and middle school classroom, ESL, and reading teachers as well as school administrators who want to ensure reading progress on the part of English learners. High school teachers working with newcomers or students acquiring early literacy skills will also benefit. CAL encourages teams of ESL, reading, and classroom teachers to attend.
To find out how we can customize this workshop for your school or district, including online options, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.