Arquivos | julho, 2013

Guided Reading: The Romance and The Reality by Fountas and Pinnell

31/07/2013

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Guided Reading: The Romance and The Reality by Fountas and Pinnell Another great article for language arts teachers.

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The danger of a single story, by Chimamanda Adichie

28/07/2013

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Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.

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The Critical Role of Text Complexity in Teaching Children to Read by Fountas and Pinnell

26/07/2013

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The critical role of text complexity in teaching children to read A great article relating  reading instruction and choosing complex texts to develop students’ higher level thinking. Enjoy it!

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What Really Matters When Thinking About Text Difficulty: The Dual Needs of Struggling Readers

25/07/2013

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Postado originalmente em Lesley University Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative:
by Eva Konstantellou, Reading Recovery Trainer In his recent article in The Reading Teacher, “What Really Matters When Working With Struggling Readers” (click on “Get PDF” under “Article Tools” to read the full article), Richard Allington makes the important point that “struggling readers…

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IV Jornada sobre Ensino e Aprendizagem de Línguas em Ambientes Virtuais (JEALAV)

25/07/2013

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Será em setembro, na FFLCH da USP a IV Jornada sobre Ensino e Aprendizagem de Línguas em Ambientes Virtuais (JEALAV). Para mais informações, dê uma olhada no site do evento aqui: http://jealavusp.wix.com/jealav

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Braz-Tesol Londrina chapter presents: Bilingualism and Multiculturalism

25/07/2013

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Plenary: BILINGUAL EDUCATION: MYTHS AND REALITIES (9.30 am) Marcos Mendonça Pearson Consultant What is bilingual education? Since I started working with bilingual education at Pearson, I have come across a lot of misconceptions regarding bilingualism coming from parents, and amazingly from some teachers and school administrators as well. Hence the title of this presentation. I […]

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Reading Minilessons and Reading Conferences for our Youngest Readers

21/07/2013

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by Cindy Downend, Primary Faculty Member, from Lesley University One of the true benefits of being a Literacy Collaborative Trainer at Lesley University is always having my thinking nudged by my colleagues.  Over the past few weeks, we have been busy working together to plan this week’s Summer Institute on Genre Study.   I co-planned a session […]

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Bolsa de estudos nos EUA para professores da rede pública

21/07/2013

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Programa de Desenvolvimento Para os Professores de Língua Inglesa nos EUA (PDPI) A Comissão Fulbright, a Embaixada dos EUA e a CAPES selecionarão até 20 professores de língua inglesa da rede pública de ensino básico, de cada um dos estados e do Distrito Federal, para curso de capacitação de seis semanas nos EUA, a ser […]

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Engaging in Genre Study with Dr. Fountas at Lesley University

19/07/2013

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Genre Study: Teaching Fiction and Nonfiction Books Being a bilingual teacher is not only knowing well at least two-languages or have deep understanding of language acquisition and bilingualism theories or just know well a content-area like reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Being a effective bilingual teacher  is to use the acquired knowledge in […]

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Success in Two-Way/Dual Language Education – Models and Outcomes by Dr. Lindolm-Leary

19/07/2013

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Here, in the States, it is summer time. All kids are having fun and savoring the great weather and time off from school. As teachers, we are refreshing our mind with other things besides school work, but also acquiring new learning to apply for the next school year. Well, with that in mind, I would […]

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