12 Three Go-To Scaffolded Oral Review Strategies for Description
Join me for a webinar on three powerful strategies that you can rotate through on a regular basis to review the information and language used in the Guided Oral Input from the lesson, and give your class easy, low-stress ways to start using the language they heard during Guided Oral Input in a scaffolded way, during the next component of the daily framework that forms the basis of Stepping Stones, Scaffolded Oral Review.
Get a PDF overview of Scaffolded Oral Review with links to lots of low- to no-prep powerful review strategies for various purposes: more active strategies that get kids moving and/or interacting with others in the language, and also calming, written strategies that get kids focused and let you collect formative grades, and finally, strategies for reinforcing vocabulary, particularly if you are pre-teaching vocab to lead up to a reading in a following lesson.
We will dive deep into the three strategies of Two Truths and a Lie, the Question and Answer Game, and Written Quick Quizzes. We will also discuss how to adapt these strategies and use Google Forms to collect student responses and grade them easily, using Kaitlin Leppert's Distance Learning Hack, which is super-simple and super-easy to use to collect data as your students interact with you online, either synchronous or asynchronous (recorded) instruction.
The webinar will be recorded so you can re-watch it anytime, plus after the event you will receive a free coupon to join the mini-course in our online school with downloadable PDFs and handouts, plus a downloadable audio and video file of the meeting, so you can watch or listen anytime, even if your family is hogging all the bandwidth in town streaming Netflix, watching crazy cat videos, and playing video games!
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Tina Hargaden has been a K-12 educator for 17 years, and has taught middle and high school English Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, French, Spanish and ESOL. Her passion is supporting teachers to strengthen their literacy instruction, design courses that foster efficient and lasting language acquisition, and implement authentic performance assessment, because it is her firm belief that when we shift our language instruction to a proficiency stance, we help ensure equitable access to academic success for more students. She lives in Portland, Oregon and is the founder of the World Language Proficiency Project and CI Liftoff. Tina is the co-author of the book, Year-One:A Natural Approach to the Year, which provides step-by-step guidance for a year of communicative, proficiency-oriented World Language instruction. She has presented and keynoted at numerous state, regional, and national conferences, worked with many school districts and departments, and given workshops and institutes to educators all over to support them in strengthening language outcomes for all students.
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