Capitalizing on Poetry to Strengthen Reading Comprehension Skills March 30, 2020 Registration This course will now be offered through distance learning.
This course will now be offered through distance learning.
Date and time: (Due to COVID-19 precautions, this course will no longer be face to face on Monday, March 30, 2020. It will be offered through distance learning only.)
Instructor: Ann Ellsworth
For educators of grades 2-8
6 OPI renewal units
Course # 20551031
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
Poetry has been called the neglected genre. Unfortunately, yes. Yet its potential for teaching important comprehension skills—summarizing, synthesis, inference, and visualizing--is simply unmatched when compared to other literary genres. What’s more, poetry, because of its brevity, is a game-changer for struggling readers who labor through long texts. In this session, participants will learn how to inject new energy into their existing ELA curriculum by using poetry in fresh, clever ways.
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