Category: 9:00-11:00 (wksh)


Ann Dennehy & Armenuhi Hovhannes

Presentation of interactive on-line resources, teacher-created websites, kinesthetic activities, and lessons, adaptable for all levels of academic and non-academic ESL. Lessons easily encourage student-directed research and responses in academic and creative writing, incorporating essays, short stories, poetry, art and film.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
S, CC, C/U, TELL, IC, IEP

Casa Fuente Building, Pacific Lab

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Janice Tolman

To develop skills in critical thinking and pedagogy applicable to teaching grammar, writing, and civics to adult and young adult ESL students, workshop participants will apply analytical tools derived from critical linguistics to a political speech. In their analysis, they will code the text, make statements based on evidence, and evaluate the rhetorical purpose of the text. Additional objectives include the structure of an argument and Constitutional law applied to political discourse.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
S, CC, C/U, IEP, SP
Morse Building,
Room B109

Susana van Bezooijen, CASAS

Reading is an essential skill for life and work in the 21st century. Learn how to integrate reading activities into ELL lessons. Take home a packet of reading activities to use in the ELL classroom. See how CASAS Reading Content Standards and TOPS reports can identify students reading skill needs.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
CC, A
Morse Building, Room B209

Resources

vanBezooijen 1_Reading Activities A rev (.doc)

vanBezooijen 2_Reading Activities Level C and D rev (.doc)

VanBezooijen 3_ReadingActivitiesLevelB6 (.doc)

vanBezooijen 4_ReadingAnyone SI7 (.pptx)

vanBezooijen 5_Reading report (.pdf)

vanBezooijen 6_sampleReading lessonrev (.docx)

vanBezooijen 7_Wippea Lesson Plan (.docx)

Marianne Brems, Mission College
Juliane Rosner, Mission College
Marsha Chan

This workshop presents transformative and interactive activities for ESL teachers to use with their students who want to learn English to speak with or about children.  Activities focus in particular on the emerging language and behavioral needs of toddlers and preschoolers. Activities include songs, games, and role plays.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
CC, C/U, A, TEW
Morse Building, Room B108