Christina Ennis | November 28, 2018
Carol Gaab shares sage advice that could make your students’ next reading experience more enjoyable and more conducive to SLA. Learn what guided reading really means.
Carol Gaab reveals a big secret about the success behind comprehension-based readers.
Carol Gaab shares powerful tips for helping learners improve literacy skills through Reader’s Theater.
Seamless transitions may look easy, but they don’t happen without some intentional foresight. Carol Gaab shares some quick and easy strategies for streamlining your classroom practices and procedures.
Christina Ennis | November 20, 2018
In this session, Susan Gross offers powerful and practical suggestions for dealing with angry parents. If a dreaded confrontation, whether face-to-face or on the phone, is looming, you won't want to miss this session. Susan will share proven strategies for lowering defenses and gaining parent confidence and respect.
In this session, Susan Gross will share helpful information for using the Target Language from Day One. Susan shares special insight about what is really going on in students' heads on the first day of school. Learn how to handle those first-day jitters and to get your students understanding and responding in L2 from Day One!
The Steps to TPRS
Carol Gaab shares unique perspectives and insight as she describes TPRS and the steps to the method. Learn how to implement the method and teach lessons that are comprehensible, compelling and completely contextualized, AND that will result in FLUENCY!
Learn six specific strategies for asking stories in the elementary classroom. In this session, Carol will share powerful techniques to engage young learners and help them develop real fluency in the Target Language. Discover elementary-specific strategies and watch video clips that demonstrate those strategies in action.
Learn six powerful techniques for creating successful stories in the elementary classroom. See strategies in action as Carol Gaab shares specific techniques, followed by real-life examples in an elementary classroom.
This webinar is designed to show teachers how to create and sustain class stories (personalized mini-situations) that are engaging and effective for all types of learners. Carol will present fail-safe guidelines for asking stories and then share four powerful sources for creating a story. Participants will collectively (through cyber space) practice sustaining each type of story and leave with the tools necessary to launch and maintain fresh and compelling stories in their own classrooms!