🏃🏻🏃🏻 strategies for teaching intermediate & early advanced language learners – fun to teach workshop🏃🏻🏃🏻

Assessment and Persistent Errors

Fun To Teach   
strategies for teaching intermediate and early advanced language learners

PORTLAND, OREGON April 7,  2017


 Innovative Professional Development for Elementary Teachers

Assessment, Persistent Errors and ELD Literacy

If you are ready to tackle the complex issues around teaching intermediate and early advanced students, this workshop is for you! This workshop addresses challenges common to more advanced ELLs.

•Assessment – how to use it to guide instruction
•Persistent errors made by more advanced ELLs

Friday – April 7, 2017 – Portland, Oregon

Register now for our workshop on April 7, 2017 in Portland, Oregon.2016-17 FTT Registration form and flyer

All-day workshops $200.00

Our ELD workshops bridge the gap between theory and practice. Our specialty is bringing the how-to, hands-on strategies that practicing elementary and ESL teachers need in order to reach demanding academic and language standards.

Innovative ESL professional development for raising student achievement. Watch our one-minute slide show! Click here.

Teacher-friendly, Practical, Hands-on – Here is what our participants say:

Lori is a terrific presenter.  She makes the “educational speak” easier to understand and explain to our students.  I (am) also thankful that she is still “in the trenches”.  She is completely current on what is going on/happening in our schools right now.  

Cindi Ramsay – Siuslaw S.D


from Fun To Teach ESL – Teaching English as a Second Language http://esleld.blogspot.com/2017/03/strategies-for-teaching-intermediate.html


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