Discussion: Check out this discussion on the PIACC discussion.

Colleagues,
I invite you to check out this dicussion about the PIACC Study. The purpose of this group is to provide practitioners with an opportunitiy to create engaging reading and writing instruction using tools from the PIACC study. During this week of the discussion, participants will be creating a unit overview for their desired instruction. We encourage you to follow and join this discussion. Guiding question for this week inlcude: 
 

Discussion: MLoTs HyperDoc

I created the attached HyperDoc for a professional development training on teaching vocabulary and fluency. Please let me know your thoughts or questions!

 

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-jIZ0MOx2gSzrSYOaqwJuQB8OHsiA1s5QFSG7hL7GXg/edit?usp=sharing

Discussion: Do you use a lesson plan template?

Hello colleagues, Lesson planning is, of course, an essential component of teaching. I'm wondering about the lesson planning process that adult ESL teachers engage in.  Do you use a lesson plan template? Does your program require teachers to use a specific template? What do you consider to be the essential components of a lesson plan?

Discussion: Online Course: Differentiated Instruction and Lesson Planning (Assessment)

The LINCS Learning Portal houses self-paced, freely accessible online courses developed by U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education-funded initiatives

Discussion: Online Course: Differentiated Instruction and Lesson Planning

***This thread has been cross-posted in the Math and Numeracy, Science, and Reading and Writing groups.

The LINCS Learning Portal houses self-paced, freely accessible online courses developed by U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education-funded initiatives

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