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The Science of Reading and Emergent Bilinguals: Guiding Principles, Curriculum and Instruction Frameworks, Processes and Strategies

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The Science of Reading and Emergent Bilinguals: Guiding Principles, Curriculum and Instruction Frameworks, Processes and Strategies - Part 2 (virtual)

*This is a one (1) day event - Tuesday, January 25, 2022 from 12pm-3pm

 Open to all! Attendance at Part 1 is not necessary to attend Part 2!

Audience: General Education Teachers, Site Administrators, Language and Literacy Specialists, and EL Teachers

 Presenter: Jo Gusman, founder of New Horizons in Education, Inc.

 Description:

For participants who attended the October 20, 2021 webinar and new attendees!

What does the most current neuroscience, biliteracy, and translanguaging research say about teaching emergent bilingual students how to read? What are the factors that facilitate and roadblocks that inhibit emergent bilingual students from learning how to read in English? What must a school district do prior to implementing The Science of Reading processes, procedures, and programs? Using Mind-Brain-Education Science (MBE) principles, neurobiology of bilingualism and biliteracy research, EL Program guidelines, and four decades of teaching experience with culturally and linguistically diverse students as her foundation, Jo Gusman will answer these questions and share innovative and effective language and literacy curriculum and instruction frameworks, processes, and strategies for enhancing ELA/Reading and ELD instruction of English learners at all levels of English language proficiency.

New attendees will receive a Seminar Resource Handbook that includes workshop materials and classroom-ready frameworks, processes, strategies, and techniques that participants can use immediately. The handbook is required for all new attendees.

The handbook will be mailed to each NEW participant with paid registration before the start date of the session.

Note: Registrants who've registered between the dates of January 1 - January 11, 2022 are not guaranteed to receive the handbook before the date of the session.

 

 Outcomes: In this 3-hour webinar, participants will learn practical ways to:

- Use the most current Biliteracy, Translanguaging, and Mind-Brain-Education Science (MBE) research to influence and inform English Language Development (ELD), ELA/Reading instruction, and The Science of Reading program and practices implementation

- Understand the power of mindset and its effect on reading assessment data interpretation, program design, and daily instruction: "struggling reader" or Emergent Biliterate Student?

- Implement Jo Gusman’s 4 Cs: CULTURE - CONTEXT - CONTENT - CONTACT Lesson Planning Framework© to plan Assets-Based and Biography-Driven ELA/Reading lessons to better meet the diverse language and biliteracy needs of different types of English Learners: Recently Arrived/Newcomer, Long-Term, Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE), Normatively Progressing

- Implement Jo Gusman’s Mind-Brain-Education Science processes, strategies, and techniques to enhance reading comprehension, vocabulary development, and fluency instruction for English Learners at all levels of English language proficiency.

CONTACT:

For content questions, please contact Janet Y. Zarchen, SERC, (860) 632-1485 ext. 376 or zarchen@ctserc.org.

For registration questions, please contact Emma Velasquez, SERC, (860) 632-1485, ext. 218 or velasquez@ctserc.org.

 

 

 

 

 


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