Reader’s Workshop Part 3: Best Practices for Instruction

The third part of our Reader's Workshop series, teachers will focus on best practices in four areas relevant to the workshop model: formative assessments, anchor charts, the "catch and release" method, and ways to debrief.

This workshop is the third part of our Reader's Workshop series. Teachers will focus on best practices in four areas relevant to the workshop model: using formative assessments during Reader's Workshop, creating and utilizing anchor charts, effectively using the "catch and release" method during work time, and discovering new ways to debrief at the end of a lesson. The consultant will provide samples of activities and demonstrate methods related to these topics. Teachers will be provided with ample time to apply what they have learned into their own lesson plans during the work session part of the workshop.

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Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Reading Specialists
English/ELA Instructors

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