Multi-Graded English Language Arts
Looking at multi-graded instruction as an extension of differentiation, participants will develop planning processes around content, process and product that include consideration of resources and assessment. As a beginning point for planning, curricula will be used to identify what is similar and what is dissimilar between students in different grades. Structures that support students in a multi-graded classroom will also be explored.
- Explore how to plan for instruction and assessment in a multi-graded context.
- Identify teaching and learning strategies and organizational structures that support students in a multi-graded English language arts classroom.
Audience: Grades 3-9 educators working in multi-graded English language arts
650 Coteau Street West
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
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Includes GST, materials and lunch.
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- Within two business days before event - Late
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