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Sunday Workshop 2 [clear filter]
Sunday, November 20

10:35am PST

Enhancing L2 Reading and Writing Instruction with Genre-Based Tools
As literacy practices in school, the workplace, and social media have rapidly evolved, L2 literacy educators have increasingly recognized the need to prepare learners to navigate dynamic print and digital literacies. At the same time, L2 educators face ongoing pressure to equip ELLs with the reading and composing skills necessary for mastering traditional, school-based genres. This workshop will acquaint participants with classroom materials and tasks designed to cultivate ELLs’ strategies for identifying, analyzing, and reproducing divergent high- and low-stakes genres in diverse literate environments. Session activities will feature tools for facilitating intensive reading instruction, maximizing reading-writing connections, vocabulary building, and guiding the production of authentic print and digital texts. Following a selection of collaborative tasks, participants will be invited to share ideas for adapting genre- based tools for effective reading and writing instruction in their settings.

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John Hedgcock

Professor of Applied Linguistics, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
John Hedgcock, PhD, is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, where he teaches in the MATESOL/MATFL Program. Co-author (with Dana Ferris) of Teaching L2 Composition (2014, Routledge) and Teaching Readers of English (2009... Read More →

Sunday November 20, 2016 10:35am - 11:55am PST
Royal Palm Salon 4

10:35am PST

NODEA: A Structured Approach towards Successfully Addressing Student Classroom Misbehavior
NODEA is a proven approach for addressing persistent student classroom misbehavior. It was developed to meet the needs of teachers and administrators facing increased occurrences of disruptive and/or inappropriate classroom behavior. Learning the NODEA process empowers teachers and administrators to utilize their authority in an effective and positive way by promoting student personal responsibility and accountability. In this practical workshop, participants will learn and practice the NODEA method. The workshop will conclude with Q & A.

Sunday November 20, 2016 10:35am - 11:55am PST
Royal Palm Salon 1

10:35am PST

Six Research-based Instructional Practices for Second Language Writing
This interactive presentation will provide teachers with resources to understand and apply key research-based instructional practices around integrated literacy (reading, writing, and academic oral language) for language learners.  Participants will explore high-leverage strategies to support (1) teaching genre writing as a process, (2) building on students’ backgrounds, (3) modeling writing for and with students, (4) developing academic oral language, (5) teaching grammar and vocabulary, and (6) publishing (and celebrating!) student writing.

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Dr. Julie Goldman

Director, Equity Curriculum and Instruction, San Diego County Office of Education

Sunday November 20, 2016 10:35am - 11:55am PST
Royal Palm Salon 2

10:35am PST

Using Film to Link Languages and Cultures
“Little has been done in the utilization of moving pictures in the teaching of foreign languages, but the moving-picture industry in this country [USA] has made our students so familiar with films for entertainment that the adaptation of their use to another field would be simple.” As it turns out, it was not so simple. But those were the assumptions and expectations expressed by W.S. Hendrix, in 1939, in his article entitled ‘Films in the Learning of Foreign Languages’ in The Journal of Higher Education. In this workshop, we will, then, look at where we are nearly 80 years after Hendrix’s claim, and see how film cans be used to make more explicit the links between Language and Culture, in ways that print-media, such as traditional textbooks, cannot.

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Andy Curtis

Professor, Graduate School of Education, Anaheim University
Andy Curtis received his M.A. in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching, and his Ph.D. in International Education, both from the University of York in England. From 2007 to 2011, he was the Director of the English Language Teaching Unit at the Chinese University of Hong... Read More →

Sunday November 20, 2016 10:35am - 11:55am PST
Royal Palm Salon 5