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Wednesday, June 12 • 10:00am - 11:00am
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How do you bridge the critical gap between science and literacy in your daily reading block? How do differentiate your elementary science instruction to accommodate the needs of all your students? Does your current instructional approach satisfy both Science and ELA curriculum standards? Join us for a highly engaging and fun-filled session. Explore ways to integrate the critical elements of science with reading and writing to help students establish real-world connections and elevate learning across content areas. During this hands-on workshop, we will discuss diverse methods to seamlessly connect science and literacy using Science A-Z’s instructional materials. Together we’ll address specific SC standards and discover ways to use multilevel resources to effectively integrate the content areas of science and literacy. We will dive into non-fiction books, Investigation Files (close reading for Science!), Project Based Learning packs, Interactive Science Lessons, videos, hands-on learning activities, teacher lessons, and more… Our session will provide effective and efficient ways to: • Bring Science into the reading block • Align multilevel resources to your state’s Next-Generation Science Standards • Connect Literacy and Science • Combine fiction with non-fiction to support K-5 Science instruction All session attendees will be given complimentary access to the RAZ Plus and Science A-Z platform for 3 months.


Jason Generally

Learning A-Z
As a classroom teacher in the U.S. and a Chief Academic Officer for over 120 schools internationally, Jason brings more than 20 years of experience and a broad educational perspective to Learning A-Z. A firm believer that strong literacy skills significantly impact academic success... Read More →

Learning A-Z

704-497-0544, Marie Phillips-Mckeeman
Marie Phillips-McKeeman & Tryna King

Wednesday June 12, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am EDT
Classroom 2

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