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Friday, September 29 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Best Ever Literacy Survival Tips: 25 Lessons You Can’t Live Without!

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The avalanche of critical information that educators need to know today to teach literacy is overwhelming. Come join us as Lori Oczkus shares practical proven ideas you can use tomorrow to boost the content area and fiction reading skills of all of your students, while meeting the challenges of the Common Core Standards. Lori will share her "Top Five" ideas every teacher must know for the hottest topics in literacy including; motivation, read aloud, guided reading, independent reading, comprehension strategies for close reading of informational texts, best tips for teaching fluency, vocabulary, and creative ways to accelerate learning for ELL and struggling students! Whether you are a veteran or a new teacher, you will leave with loads of new interactive content area lessons based on Lori's new book "Best Ever Literacy Survival Tips: 72 Lessons You Can't Teach Without". Tim Rasinski, says of Lori's work and book, "Lori does a masterful job of bridging the gap from research to the classroom. Her work is a wonderful example of the merging of the art and science of teaching literacy.

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Lori Oczkus

Literacy Coach, Author, Speaker, Lori Oczkus Consulting
Lori Oczkus is a literacy coach, author, and popular speaker across the United States. Tens of thousands of teachers have attended her motivating, fast paced workshops and read her practical, research-based professional books. Lori has extensive experience as a bilingual elementary teacher, intervention specialist working with struggling readers, and staff developer and literacy coach. She works with students every week in classrooms and really knows the challenges that teachers face in teaching students to read! | Lori's two best selling books on comprehension have been featured in the Reading Teacher journal. Reciprocal Teaching at Work:Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension (IRA, 2003 book of the month, Oct.) and is endorsed by noted reading expert, Tim Rasinski. Her video/DVD (IRA, 2005) won the prestigious Association of Educational publishers (AEP) Video of the Year award in 2006... Read More →

Friday September 29, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Lathrop Library