Recorded on April 25, 2018
This is the second in a webinar series that explores disciplinary literacy through three lenses: leadership, social-emotional learning, and evidence-based argumentation.
This archived webinar presents how to, using the Reading Apprenticeship framework, socialize students into argumentation in the science classroom.
Who Will Benefit
- School, district, and community college administrators, teachers, and teacher educators focused on supporting secondary students
What You Will Learn
- How to use texts as resources for investigation
- How to engage students in sense-making with science texts and representations in investigations of scientific phenomena
- How interactive argumentation involved in sense-making with science texts supports disciplinary reasoning practices
- Carolyn Aguirre, Teacher, Cesar Chavez Middle School, New Haven Unified School District (CA)
- Willard Brown, Professional Development Associate, WestEd
Other Webinars in this Series
- Leading for Literacy: A New Resource for Teacher Leaders and Coaches
- Social-Emotional Learning and Literacy in Science
*Members of the Secondary Literacy Partnership are the California Department of Education, the Association of California School Administrators, the California Teachers Association, California County Superintendents Education Services Association, and the California Comprehensive Center at WestEd.