Reading Workshop 101 August 7-10, 2017 Grades 2-8

Monday, August 07 2017 8:30 AM - Thursday, August 10 2017 3:30 PM [CST]

5600 N Braeswood Blvd , Houston, Tx, 77096, United States

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Monday, August 07 2017 8:30 AM - Thursday, August 10 2017 3:30 PM [CST]

The Shlenker School, 5600 N Braeswood Blvd , Houston, Tx, 77096, United States.

AUGUST 7-10, 2017 HOUSTON, TX. Location: TBA

This four day workshop will be an in depth look at starting Reader's Workshop in your classroom.  Four days of training will include the basics of getting your workshop off the ground.  Classroom library, structure of mini-lessons, setting up independent reading and conferring will be addressed in this four day training as well as the basic work of read alouds to support instruction.  You will leave at the end of the week with plans for your first 4-5 weeks of instruction.  Registration fee includes professional text, handouts and other surprises!  

 

Who should attend this workshop?  Those who are new to reading workshop model, 1st year teachers, those who want a refresher of the nuts and bolts of the work. 

 

ALL WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 8:30 AM AND CONCLUDE AT 3:30 PM   ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE PAID PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP.  BECAUSE THIS IS NOT A CONSULTANT DAY, TITLE ONE FUNDS WILL DO THIS FOR A REGISTRATION FEE.  

You may want to arrive between 8:10 and 8:20 to sign in, pick up materials and find seating.  If you 

are expecting a large group from your school it is a good idea to come early if sitting together is important to you.  Dress comfortably and you may want to add layers...buildings can be really cold.