Small Group Instruction Series - Oz Lit Teacher Narissa Leung

Small Group Instruction Series

$250.00 +GST

In this slef-paced online series, Mardi Gorman and I will:

  • Look at research-based small group instructional practices for reading that have been proven to be effective. These include:
    • Language Experience (Reading)
    • Strategy Groups
    • Literature Circles / Student Led Book Clubs
    • Reciprocal Teaching
    • Close Reading

Description

Knowing your students and being clear on what you need to teach is what should determine which small group practice you use with your students.

We know that small group instruction is an opportunity to differentiate instruction based on students’ needs. We also know that guided reading is the most commonly used small group practice.

However, Guided Reading isn’t the ONLY small group instructional practice option available to teachers!

Are any of these true for you?

  • Outside of Guided Reading, you’re not sure what other small group practices are effective?
  • You’ve heard about literature circles and/or book clubs, but have never seen them in action (or you’ve had a go at implementing them but you’re looking for more support with making them more effective).
  • You’ve been told that reciprocal teaching is the next step on from guided reading but you’re not sure why?
  • You’re wondering what would make you choose one type of small group instruction over another?

If so, then this Small Group Instruction Series is the next step for you!

In this online self-paced course, Mardi Gorman and I will:

  • Look at research-based small group instructional practices for reading that have been proven to be effective.
  • Examine five small group practices in detail:
    • Language Experience (Reading)
    • Strategy Groups
    • Literature Circles / Student Led Book Clubs
    • Reciprocal Teaching
    • Close Reading
  • Outline the important components of each of these practices and provide a structure for planning.
  • View sample lessons and identify the differences between each one.
  • Highlight the assessment you can use to help inform grouping for each of these practices.
  • Provide handouts and resources to assist you with getting started with each of these small group practices.

Course Topics:

  • Session 1: Language Experience (Reading)
  • Session 2: Strategy Groups
  • Session 3: Literature Circles / Student Led Book Clubs
  • Session 4: Reciprocal Teaching
  • Session 5:  Close Reading

Modules will consist of:

  • Recorded Presentations
  • PDF Resources (to be used in your classroom)
  • Additional professional readings

Note:  This course has been designed to support individual teachers and/or groups of teachers (eg. a PLC group) to work through the lessons over a period of 5 weeks. You can keep up with the weekly rollout schedule or access the sessions at a time that suits you.

Details:

  • What: 5 Modules
  • Where: On the Oz Lit Teacher and Mardi Gorman course website (Kajabi) – you’ll get login details as soon as you purchase the course.
  • When: You will have access to al the modules as soon as you sign up to the course. The course will remain open for 6 months.
  • Cost: $ 250+GST per person (with 5% being donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation)
  • If you’d like an invoice so your school can pay, just send an invoice request to: accounts@ozlitteacher.com.au

Here’s some feedback from previous participants:

I really loved the references to the evidence based best practices, sharing the history of the practices and then the really practical way how we can take the information straight back into our classrooms. It was so relevant to what I am wanting to implement and improve on with my own teaching. -Beth
Your delivery of information was great! I was constantly thinking about my own practices and how I could take these ideas back into our school while you were talking. -Mollie
What I love most about all of your PD’s is that they’re practical. I can use what you what you have shown and bring it directly into the classroom. -Nicole

 

 

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Payments for Oz Lit Teacher courses may be made via the secure PayPal link or through a school purchase order. (All purchase orders must be paid with 28 days of the invoice being sent). Course Content Course content and materials are copyrighted and may not be reproduced without the consent of Oz Lit Teacher. The course materials and content are for your individual use. Access to the recordings of the sessions are not to be shared with other people; they are for your own individual use only. Cancellations In exceptional circumstances we can accept cancellations and provide refunds up to one week before the commencement date of the workshop/series. If this occurs, your payment will be refunded less a $15 administration fee. No refunds will be given for missed workshops. On rare occasions it may be necessary to cancel a workshop; in this instance we will reschedule the workshop or failing that, return the fees paid for that workshop. We cannot cover travel or other costs incurred.

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