Coastal Savannah Writing Project
University Hall 231
Strategies for Implementing and Managing K12 Reading Workshop
|When:||Saturday, March 8, 2014|
9:00am - 12:00pm
|Where:||University Hall 125, Armstrong Atlantic State University|
About this event:
Facts of Reading Workshop
- Reading Workshop can be implemented in elementary, middle, and high school classrooms.
- Reading Workshop can take place not only in ELA classes but in all content area classes.
- In Reading Workshop readers can read whole-class, shared texts, small-group collaborative texts, and independent self-selected texts.
- In Reading Workshop students can read in all modes and in all genres and even media reading.
- In Reading Workshop students can read books, poetry, articles, and other text.
- In Reading Workshop there are daily whole–class focus lessons on reading strategies and skills.
- In Reading Workshop there can be small-group lessons and guided reading.
- In Reading Workshop teachers can confer individually with each student.
- In Reading Workshop students have accountability.
- Reading Workshop does not have to be held every day to be effective but should be frequent and routine.
- In Reading Workshop students write about what they read, meeting not only reading standards but also writing standards.
- Reading Workshop is an effective way of teaching.
Join us on at the Coastal Savannah Writing Project’s Strategy Saturday Seminar on “Implementing Reading Workshop in the K-12 Classroom” to learn about implementing and facilitating Reading Workshop in your classroom.
Facilitated by Lesley Roessing, CSWP Director
See University Map [ ,752KB] for location.
This workshop is brought to you by the Coastal Savannah Writing Project.