Practical Pedagogies for Teaching Sentences
22nd Mar 17 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
This twilight presentation will provide you with a range of engaging, evidence-based strategies to improve students’ sentence writing. Successfully used in many classrooms, these strategies help students to construct strong sentences that convey their intended meaning and engage readers. Throughout the presentation, links with the Australian Curriculum will be made explicit and opportunities for differentiation will be identified.
Wendy and Tania are well known Literacy specialists in the Toowoomba and Darling Downs Region. Wendy Luscombe is currently working as a Regional Project Officer - Curriculum Pedagogy and Learning in the Darling Downs and South West Region. She has worked as a HoC and classroom teacher and has extensive experience working with classroom teachers across the region to embed effective practices in literacy and improve student outcomes. Tania Schmidt is the HoC at Harristown State School. In her recent role as Master Teacher at Rangeville State School, she implemented an action research project on the teaching of writing which led to large gains in student writing and will be published in Education Queensland’s Evidence Hub.
Numbers are limited, so please secure your spot with registration and payment. Registration required by Friday 17th March, 2017. Registration can be made through the ALEA website using this link http://www.alea.edu.au/ . Payment is required with registration using bank transfer or payment by cheque. Payment is preferred asap to avoid disappointment.
Event Location: Charnley Street Conference Centre, Toowoomba
Registrations Open: 24th Feb 17 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 17th Mar 17 4:00 PM
Price: AU $ 50
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