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Sunday, October 6 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Integrated Pedagogy for the AB705 Classroom

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With the aim of improving transfer-level English completion by degree-seeking students, many CA community colleges are re-designing their credit ESL pathways to integrate reading, writing and grammar instruction. Are you ready to teach the new curriculum? This workshop will engage instructors in designing integrated reading-writing assignments for ESL classes across a range of skill levels, from high-beginning through advanced courses that transition students to transfer-level English. Participants will explore ways to select level-appropriate reading materials; develop and scaffold meaningful, text-based writing prompts; and incorporate contextual, just-in-time language instruction.

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Jose Cortes

Solano Community College
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Melissa Reeve

Professor of ESL and English, Solano Community College
Melissa Reeve has taught ESL courses and English composition courses at Solano Community College since 2006. She had a central role in developing Solano's accelerated English pathway and subsequently re-designed the college's ESL program to reduce exit points and increase ESL students... Read More →
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Brent Warner

Assistant Professor, Irvine Valley College
Brent is a professor of ESL at Irvine Valley College. He's an EdTech enthusiast who enjoys discussing incorporating the latest technologies into lessons as well as the times when tech isn't the answer. Brent blends technology into his lessons and talks about them on his podcasts about... Read More →

Sunday October 6, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm PDT
  Sunday Workshop, CC