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Spanish Heritage Strand: Pedagogy Language, Literacy, and Culture (PLC) for the Spanish Classroom
Registration:  Open
Program Hours:  40
Cost:  $350.00
Activities:  5
Program Start Date:  September 16, 2017
Program End Date:  April 14, 2018
Seats Available:  Full
Program Full

Sponsored By

California World Language Project (CWLP)

Program Location

4910 N. Chestnut Ave M/S OF123
Fresno, CA 93726

Program Site

Central California World Languages Project (CCWLP)

Program Contact Information

Nancy Perez
ccwlp2016@gmail.com

Website

https://goo.gl/uMu4Ho

Program Registration

This program is open to all interested teachers.
There are no restictions on registration.

Program Cost: $ 350.00

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Spanish Heritage Strand: Pedagogy Language, Literacy, and Culture (PLC) for the Spanish Classroom

About The Program:


This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning  and author’s styles. This course also will engage the participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources that both motivate students and propels them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation.

Link to Course outline: Spanish PLC  Strand:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1soBex-8lKxH9xfk35pt92jqZhag0wIpJa08rO1QxLDg

 

 


Activities (5)

Workshop Day 1

This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning, and author’s styles. This course will also engage participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources to not only motivate students but propel them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation. authentic cultural and technical resources with their students. The focus of this program will be to support participants with academic language and literacy

 

Location:

Fresno State _ September 23 & Bakersfield College _ September 16, 2017

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September 23, 2017, 08:00 am - 03:30 pm

Workshop Day 2

This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning, and author’s styles. This course will also engage participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources to not only motivate students but propel them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation. authentic cultural and technical resources with their students. The focus of this program will be to support participants with academic language and literacy

 

Location:

Fresno State _ October 28 & Bakersfield College _ October 21, 2017

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October 28, 2017, 08:00 am - 03:30 pm

Workshop Day 3

This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning, and author’s styles. This course will also engage participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources to not only motivate students but propel them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation. authentic cultural and technical resources with their students. The focus of this program will be to support participants with academic language and literacy

 

Location:

Fresno State _ January 20, 2018 & Bakersfield December 2, 2017

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January 20, 2018, 08:00 am - 03:30 pm

Workshop Day 4

This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning, and author’s styles. This course will also engage participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources to not only motivate students but propel them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation. authentic cultural and technical resources with their students. The focus of this program will be to support participants with academic language and literacy

 

Location:

Fresno State _ February 24, 2018 & Bakersfield February 10, 2018

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February 24, 2018, 08:00 am - 03:30 pm

Workshop Day 5

This 40-hour program support CSMP Goal I and is targeted for teachers of Spanish who teach all levels, including Heritage Speakers and Advanced Placement courses.  The program will employ a variety of literary texts covering different genre designed to increase students’ academic language and literacy skills in Spanish.  Language instructional activities will be drawn from the different literary and cultural texts and designed to prepare students to access the authentic texts by experiencing “close” reading activities and other “scaffolding” strategies especially designed to support students to more deeply analyze texts and focus on significant details or patterns in order to develop a deeper and more precise understanding of different text structures, patterns, meaning, and author’s styles. This course will also engage participants in exploring different pedagogical practices and multimedia resources to not only motivate students but propel them into higher levels of literacy and cultural knowledge and appreciation. authentic cultural and technical resources with their students. The focus of this program will be to support participants with academic language and literacy

 

Location:

Fresno State _ April 14, 2018 & Bakersfield April 7, 2018

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April 14, 2018, 08:00 am - 03:30 pm