November 1, 2019: Elementary Response to Literature

$219.95

Registration Deadline: September 30, 2019

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November 1, 2019: Elementary Response to Literature, 219.95

Location:

Hilton Garden Inn
24150 Park Sorento
Calabasas, CA 91302

9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

Contact for Curriculum or Purchasing: Dr. Deborah E. Louis (info@janeschaffer.wpengine.com)

Questions about Curriculum or Purchasing? 214.946.3385

Details

Dates: 

November 1: Elementary Response to Literature

Time: 9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

What to Wear: Dress comfortably. Layer your clothing.

What to Bring: We’ll provide your guides and pens and post-it notes, but feel free to bring your favorite note-taking materials, such as tape-flags and highlighters. You may also bring your tablet or iPad to review our digital products and approaches, but a device is not required.

Questions about Curriculum or Purchasing? 214.946.3385

Email: info@janeschaffer.wpengine.com

November 1, 2019 - Elementary Response to Literature

Elementary Response to Literature

(Grades 3-6)

The workshop provides English Language Arts teachers with training on the teaching of response to literature. From the very simple model of the Cinderella paragraph to popular texts, such as Tuck Everlastingand Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, teachers learn how to instruct students on close reading and writing skills.

The standards-based curriculum guide demonstrates alignment with both the Common Core State Standards and the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).

The scaffolding of skills includes Jane’s prewriting strategies, student-centered terminology, color-coding, and Web-off-the-Word™, Jane’s breakthrough approach to commentary and vocabulary development. From terminology to final draft essays, this workshop is designed to assist the English language arts teacher with strategies and techniques that yield successful writers.

The workshop may be conducted in a one- or two-day format.

  • Terminology and methodology
  • Response to literature paragraph model
  • Gathering and evaluating CDs
  • Building insightful commentary
  • Editing, revising, proofing
  • Prompt construction
  • Collaborative and paired writing
  • Sample timelines/pacing plans
  • Introduction to thesis, introductions, and conclusions
  • Scaffolding/RTI/ELL
  • Revising and editing
  • Weaving – Leaving the formula behind
  • Two-chunk response to literature paragraphs
  • Quotations and lead-ins
  • In-depth study of thesis, introductions, conclusions
  • G/T solutions
  • Google docs template for Response to Literature

Pricing and Payment Information

November 1: Elementary Response to Literature, 219.95

For Individuals: Credit Cards or Purchase Orders Accepted. No Personal Checks.

For Departments, Campuses, and Districts: Credit Cards, Company Checks, or Purchase Orders Accepted.

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  • Please contact info@janeschaffer.wpengine.com to obtain W9 and/or any other vendor requirements your school or district needs.
  • Purchase orders and company checks should be made payable to Louis Educational Concepts, LLC, 400 South Zang Blvd., Ste. 1425, Dallas, Texas 75208. You may fax your P.O. to 214.943.9447 or email it to info@louisconcepts.com.
  • Your P.O. must arrive on or before the registration deadline to reserve your seat and finalize your registration.

Questions? 214.946.3385

Email: info@janeschaffer.wpengine.com