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Sunday, June 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
2B Let's Make a Story! - Story-Asking for the Comprehensible Input Classroom

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Creating stories with students is one of the most powerful tools for comprehensible input/TPRS Latin teachers. It is time to unleash the full potential of this surprisingly simple activity in our classrooms. In this workshop, attendees will learn the fundamental building blocks of "story-asking" and how to use them to promote deep engagement and long-lasting language acquisition.


moderators
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Jennifer Jarnagin

Latin Teacher, The Episcopal School of Dallas
I've been teaching Latin since 2008. I've taught high school levels 1-AP, and now teach mostly middle school. Next year will be my first time teaching 5th and 6th graders, so my focus right now is finding introductory materials and making a curriculum that will challenge and delight this age group and make them want to continue studying Latin. I consider my strengths to be building excitement about Latin and growing Latin programs, classroom... Read More →

Speakers
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John Bracey

Weston Middle School
I am a middle school Latin teacher who teaches using a Comprehensible Input approach. I believe that best practices, equity, and inclusivity are the keys to a successful Latin program.



Sunday June 26, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
San Jacinto Center Room 206

Attendees (48)