Kagan Structures to Skyrocket Comprehension and Fluency!
Palm Springs, CA • April 6, 2020
Cooperative Learning or Brain-Friendly Teaching 1-Day Workshops
• All approved administrators attend FREE.
All Other Workshops
• One FREE administrator with three paid participants.
• Two FREE administrators with five or more paid participants.
Exclusively for principals, vice principals, and approved district administrators. No substitutions. All participants and administrator(s) must be from the same school or district and must be registered together at the same time.
How can we best meet the needs of today's ELL students? How can we help limited and non-English speaking students acquire essential reading, writing, and speaking skills for success in language acquisition across the curriculum? Kagan Structures, cooperative and communicative teaching strategies, are wonderful tools to promote English fluency while covering academic content. Through interactive structures, students are exposed to more functional language and have the opportunity to practice language more. Learn the stages students go through to learn English and then learn Kagan Structures to best help your English learners at each stage. Ideal for regular classroom teachers, ESL teachers, project directors, and coordinators.
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Palm Springs Unified School District
150 District Center Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264 Get Directions
Check-in: 7:45am Course: 8:00am–3:00pm
Use cutting-edge structures that integrate language learning with academic success
Put the best language acquisition research to practice in your classroom
Close the achievement gap for second language learners through proven, fun, motivating activities
Engage students who are at every stage of language learning
Create a safe environment in which budding language skills can flourish
Teach language skills in context using rich team and pair interactions
Learn how to manage your classroom to maximize success for your ELL students