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Free Webinar: The Purpose of Writing with Purpose

The Purpose of Writing with Purpose: engaging all students

 

Building on real reasons to write, authors Sara Holbrook and Michael Salinger will discuss how their writing frameworks jump-start writing and other communication skills—and in this way, help all students become thriving writers. Children learn to write by writing—a lot—for a real purpose about things that matter to them, including their content area learning. We engage all learners by creating a culture of conversation in the classroom, following a consistent lesson progression that scaffolds revision into the writing process. Easy, fun, and effective!


Known for their lively, informed and interactive presentations, both Sara and Michael are frequent speakers and keynoters at state, national and international literacy conferences, as well as providing assembly presentations for students at all grade levels, classroom workshops on writing and public speaking skills, and teacher professional development. Together they have visited over 30 international schools, which has helped them develop expertise in working with second language learners. They are the authors of over 20 books of poetry for adults and young people as well as four teacher professional books.

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2. Type your name in the space provided
3. Select "Enter as a Guest"
4. Enjoy the presentation!

 
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Friday, January 25, 2019 @ 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
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