If you’re looking for some chances to learn more about writing this summer, check out these upcoming opportunities.
Summer Academy 2017 – Kentucky Writing Project
“Writing with English Learners”
Presented by Jennifer Miescke of the Louisville Writing Project, experience lessons developed by the National Writing Project and the Kentucky Writing Project that are helping students progress as writers. You’ll be ready to try these strategies in your classroom this fall. Strategies are applicable to all struggling readers and writers.
The session will be 8 a.m.-3 p.m. June 19-21 in Lexington. Registration is available on the Louisville Writing Project’s Upcoming Seminars and Workshops page.
4CR: College-, Career- & Community-Ready Writing in the Content Areas
Experience lessons focused on teaching argument writing in 6-12 and opinion writing in K-5 that are helping students progress as writers. Developed by the National Writing Project and the Kentucky Writing Project, this approach that has had highly significant results in a recent national research study.
You’ll be provided support and work time to modify these lessons for your grade and content. Special strands also are provided on SciJourn and ZOOM IN— exciting resources for writing in science, social studies and language arts. Upcoming sessions include:
- June 27-29 – 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Waggener High School, Louisville
- June 28-30 – 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Corbin Center, Corbin
Registration is available on the Louisville Writing Project’s Upcoming Seminars and Workshops page.