1-18-2019, 2-15-2019 Teaching the Language of Math in the ESOL Classroom

First Literacy Two-Session Workshop Registration

Teaching the Language of Math in the ESOL Classroom

Friday, January 18 and Friday, February 15, 2019
1:00 – 4:00 PM (snacks and networking at 12:30 PM) 

First Literacy
160 Boylston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston

(Across from Boston Common)

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:
For ESOL teachers who want to incorporate some math into their existing or new lesson plans but are unsure about how to do so, this hands-on workshop is for you. You'll learn ways to incorporate fun math activities—stress free and CCR aligned —into the ESOL language lessons you are already doing, and you’ll get ideas for new lessons as well. Leave the workshop with greater confidence and excitement about bringing math—especially the language of math and math for everyday life—into your lessons.  A commitment to attend both sessions is asked of all participants.

PRESENTER:
Ann Pellagrini has taught in a variety of adult education programs as well as public and private industries in the U.S. and abroad. She likes to create comfortable, learner-centric environments in her work.

 

We look forward to seeing you then!

This workshop is free to staff of all Massachusetts non-profit ABE and ESOL programs.

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