Secondary Reading & Language Arts


Weekly Updates

  • Training Opportunity: Working with Struggling Readers

    Posted by Kathy Corder on 9/6/2019

    Working with our most deficient readers in the ELA or content area classroom can be a challenge.  In this workshop, Reading Interventions in the High School Content Area Classroom, participants will review the research and participate in the proven practices for word-level skills, fluency, and comprehension for secondary students.  This training opportunity is designed for the high school teacher, but middle school teachers may find it helpful also.  Teachers can register in Class Link - course #24594. Contact Kathy Corder with any questions.

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  • 2019-2020 Reading Endorsement Classes are Open

    Posted by Kathy Corder on 8/8/2019 1:00:00 AM

    For your convenience, we are offering ALL of the reading endorsement classes online multiple times throughout the school year.  To view the course schedule, click on the attachment below.  This document also includes a description of how to register, the details of taking the classes, and how to apply for the reading endorsement.  Contact Kathy or Cara for more information.

    Reading Endorsement Flyer 2019-2020

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  • Learn about the new Common Lit units at August 7th training!

    Posted by Kathy Corder on 8/2/2019 5:00:00 AM

    Rob is back again to share exciting new resources from the new Common Lit units.  You will not want to miss this one!  See information provided below for the August 7th training day.

    • CommonLit Training for Newly Developed Units, Secondary ELA
      • Time: 8:30-11:00
      • Location: Godby Media Center
      • Teacher Group: Highly suggested for all ELA teachers who did not already attend the district training offered in June.
      • This is not a training on the CommonLit many of you already use. This will introduce newly developed, full instructional units provided to our district before being made available to the general public. Please attend if you would like the opportunity to use these.
      • All teachers of grades 6-10 ELA are encouraged to attend.  Registration occurs on site but teachers may register in ClassLink prior to coming.
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