Category: 1:30-3:15 (wksh)

Cristin Boyd, Studies in American Language, SJSU

Frustrated by textbooks with inadequate paraphrase activities? Wondering how L1s might figure into the task? Come learn about common challenges students face when paraphrasing, see some proven paraphrase activities (for advanced writers) and develop your own activities for Monday’s class. Handouts and other resources provided.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)

Casa Fuente Building, Room 452


Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn & Contee Seely

Total Physical Response is the most efficient use of students’ time at beginning levels for all ages. Because of context through physical actions and props, meaning is obvious, acquisition real, and assessment built-in. Veteran practitioners demonstrate how to use it, at various levels, for vocabulary, listening, grammar, fluency and literacy.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
E, S, CC, C/U, IEP, A, & TEW

Morse Building, Room B106

Jennifer Gemma

How often have you asked yourself, “How can I get my students to participate?”  This workshop will help you find solutions to that question.  With a video and step-by-step guide, participants will explore the cultural aspects of participating in an academic context and will leave with techniques designed to encourage students to participate.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)

Morse Building, Room B109



Gemma 1_CATESOL Northern Regional 2010Cover (.doc)

Gemma 2_Northern CATESOLSampleLesson (.doc)

Gemma 3_Northern CATESOL CardsPlan (.doc)

Gemma 4_NorthernCATESOLParticipationCards (.doc)

Gemma 5_Northern CATESOL Participation Language (.doc)

Gemma 6_NorthernCATESOL (.ppt)