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Tending the Roots of Literacy: Create and Lead Activities That Cultivate a...

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San Francisco Public Library (Teen Center)

100 Larkin St

San Francisco, CA 94102

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Are you a program leader for an afterschool or summer program? Would you like to feel more
confident creating a fun space for literacy in your classroom?

If so, please join us for an interactive workshop where you’ll walk away with:

●A better sense of what meaningful literacy time can look like and sound like
●Examples of program activities that cultivate a love of literacy
●Ideas for weaving literacy into a wide variety of enrichment activities
●Useful resources to consider when planning out each month

Your two facilitators are Oscar Wolters­Duran (a literacy and project­based learning consultant with SF TEAM, an ExCEL coach, and the co-creator of Spark Cards), and Alli Cuentos, of Pulsing Word Consulting (capacity building trainings and curriculum development for the San Francisco Public Library and CBO's across the Bay Area).

Location: The Mix Teen Center, San Francisco Public Library Main Branch (enter at 30 Grove Street)

Light refreshments will be served

Please note: Registration for this workshop does not guarantee you admission into the workshop. You will be contacted at least a week before the training to confirm your enrollment.

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