Making Content Comprehensible
in Science and Career Tech Education
with ESOL trainer Beth Skelton
Beth will use German to demonstrate strategies designed to make content instruction more comprehensible and accessible to Emerging Bilingual students.
Experience at least five strategies for differentiating content instruction for English Language Learners.
Leave with a better understanding of the stages of language acquisition, how to integrate content and language learning, and the power of cooperative learning for ELLs.
Complete teacher-friendly, classroom-based follow-up assignments designed to help you implement your learning with your students, and earn two graduate-level semester credits through the University of the Pacific.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Cost: $624: $500 course fee plus $124 fee payable to the University of the Pacific for graduate credits. Includes coffee, light snacks, and lunch.
(Two-day option is $924, $800 for the course fee and $124 for graduate credits.)
(Non-credit workshop option is $450 for one day or $700 for two days, payable through PPS Professional Development funds.)
What participants are saying about working with Beth:
“Working with you has been a transformational experience. I feel much more able to and competent in meeting the needs of my students“
ESL teacher, 2016
“A 1st grade teacher was in awe of the difference your strategies made in her students' abilities to access the…”
ESL coach, 2016
“All the staff, without exception, have loved your presence, infectious enthusiasm, professional expertise and, of course, your warm sunshine.”
Director, Kuwait International School, 2015
“Great session. Modeled good instruction while delivering high level content.”
ELD Director, CLDE Academy 2017