4-18-2019 COABE Webinar Viewing and Discussion at First Literacy: Ten Reading Strategies that Support Comprehension

First Literacy Workshop Registration

Join Us for a COABE* Webinar Viewing and Discussion:
Ten Reading Strategies that Support Comprehension

Thursday, April 18, 2019 
1:45 sharp – 3:00 PM Webinar
3:00 – 4:00 PM Discussion (optional)

First Literacy
160 Boylston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston

(Across from Boston Common)

*COABE -- Coalition on Adult Basic Education

Presented by: Carmine Stewart
From the COABE wesite: "In many classrooms reading comprehension is addressed by having students read passages and answer questions about what they have read. While this is definitely a necessary part of practice, it does not provide them with strategies to imporve their ability to comprehend texts. In this session instructors will practice 10 specific reading strategies that they can use with students to help make the practices of successful readers a part of their classroom instruction. The goal is to give insturctors the tools to expand their personal repertoire, but also to broaden the scope of reading instruction at their program sites." 

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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