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Literature Circles: Focusing on Differentiated Instruction (On Demand)

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Presenter(s): Katherine McKnight

This Web seminar recording includes all audio, video, chat discussion, and actions from the Live presentation.

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Level(s): Secondary, Middle

Description

Literature circles are a proven strategy for meeting the needs of diverse student readers.  This web seminar  will provide specific strategies and classroom examples for the development and integration of differentiated instructional strategies for literature circles.  Katie will demonstrate differentiated instructional strategies that include: reading logs, learning centers, and multimodal projects. In addition, she will share tools for student assessment in literature circles.

Katie McKnight began her career in education as a high school English teacher and taught mainly in the Chicago Public Schools. As a professional development provider, Katie has primarily worked with schools in the Chicago Area. In addition to her experience in urban and diverse school settings, she provided professional development workshops for the Illinois Migrant Council at four rural Illinois schools. Katie regularly presents at local and national conferences, and publishes in journals. Her book Teaching Writing in the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies and Skills for All Students, focuses on creating a rigorous writing program that meets the needs of all students.

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