Tuesday, August 1, 2017

ELA Live Series- August, 2017


Want to make this year your BEST YEAR EVER!?!  Let us help you make that happen!  We have 15 experienced ELA teachers who will be coming to you LIVE each night on Facebook, beginning August 1- August 15th!  We will share our tried and true tips and teaching strategies to help make this school year the most successful yet!  Check out our schedule below, and make plans to head over to each educator's Facebook page at the specified time.

Aug. 1st at 9 pm EST
"Project Based Learning for Secondary English Classrooms" with Mud & Ink Teaching


Aug. 2nd at 9 pm EST
"Strategies for Writing Commentary for Literary Analysis" with Bespoke ELA


Aug. 3rd at 9 pm EST
"Ideas and Strategies to Incorporate Choice Reading" with Doc Cop


Aug. 4th at 9 pm EST
"Pinpoint the Source of Most Reading Problems in Five Minutes" with Reading Simplified


Aug. 5th at 9 pm EST
"How to Teach Students to Elaborate on their Thinking" with English, Oh My! 


Aug. 6th at 9 pm EST
"How to Run a Book Club" with The Reading and Writing Haven

Aug. 7th at 9 pm EST
"Encourage Independent Reading in Reluctant Learners" with Samson's Shoppe


Aug. 8th at 9 pm EST
"Using Showcase Projects to Increase Engagement" with Spark Creativity

Aug. 9th at 4 pm EST
"How to Publish Student Writing Online and Create E-Portfolios" with Amanda Write Now


Aug. 10th at 9 pm EST
"5 Hidden Gems (books!) that Both Teachers and Students will Love with 2 Lifelong Teachers

Aug. 11th at 9 pm EST
"Starting on the Right Track with Struggling Secondary (Dependent) Learners" with Secondary Urban Legends


Aug. 12th at 9 pm EST
"Back to School Digital Escape Room" with Lit with Lyns


Aug. 13th at 9 pm EST
"Conferring with Student Writers" with Wild Child Designs


Aug. 14th at 9 pm EST
"Giving Meaningful Feedback to Writers" with Read it. Write it. Learn It. 


Aug. 15th at 9 pm EST
"Grammar Manipulations: Holding Language" with Language Arts Classroom.

I hope that these tips and strategies help you have a smooth start to the new school year!  What advice do you have to help other teachers get their school year off to a good start?  I'd love to hear about it in the comments below.

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