Close Reading for Meaning 201
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Close Reading for Meaning™ 201: Teaching Craft and Structure in the Virtual Classroom
During this 2-part training, participants will learn best practices for effectively teaching Close Reading for Meaning™ Day 2, Craft and Structure, through live, synchronous instruction in the virtual or hybrid classroom. With an emphasis on author’s craft, transferable teaching and short written response, participants will learn how to leverage technology to facilitate authentic discussion, study student work, and give actionable feedback.
Participants will come away with:
- A deep understanding of how to plan for and teach Close Reading for Meaning™ 2: Craft and Structure in fully remote, hybrid, or in-person settings
- Robust opportunities for planning and practice, leveraging the latest innovative technology tools
- A strong understanding of how to identify and select the highest leverage craft and structure “moves” in each text
- Lavinia Group’s proven methods for making the teaching of response-to-literature writing transferable and engaging, leveraging real-time student feedback and discourse
- Lavinia Group’s latest thinking and resources on how to effectively teach the Close Reading for Meaning™ method in the virtual classroom.
WHO SHOULD COME: This training is designed for K-8 teachers and leaders who teach, or want to teach, the Close Reading for Meaning™ method.
November 16 and 17, 2020 (This is a 2-day institute)
1:30pm – 4:00pm EST
Zoom Video Conference
PRICING: $675 per participant