Recorded on November 17, 2020
This archived webinar was sponsored by the Region 13 Comprehensive Center at WestEd, in collaboration with the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Based on the premise that learning takes place through social interaction, this archived webinar demonstrates how to structure opportunities for students in rigorous back-and-forth discussions in virtual learning environments. Receive tangible tools and processes for supporting oral interactions and language development of secondary English language arts and social studies students in distance learning environments that promote literacy development.
The following topics are addressed in this webinar:
- Modeling of ways to scaffold and support English learners’ oral language development in distance learning
- Using multimodal texts to invite interactions and sustained participation
- Supporting quality interactions for English learners
This is the tenth of a 14-part webinar series designed to support multilingual and English learner students in distance learning settings.