Zaner-Bloser is pleased to offer the free, three-part webinar series, Writing and the Common Core State Standards.
Each hour-long webinar will focus on one of the Common Core State Standards text types (narrative, informative/explanatory, and argument or opinion), examining how the Standards and approaching assessments are shaping writing instruction for the featured text type.
|Webinar #1: Narrative||October 30||- Registration is open|
|Webinar #2: Informative/Explanatory||November 30|
|Webinar #3: Opinion or Argument||January date coming soon|
The adoption of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and coming implementation of next-generation assessments are standardizing the three types of writing students need to practice and master—narrative, informative/explanatory, and argument or opinion. But how exactly do the CCSS and next-generation assessments define narrative writing in particular?
During this hour-long webinar, former literacy coach and instructional specialist, Scott Miller, will delve into how the new standards are impacting narrative writing instruction and provide you with actionable strategies you can take back to the classroom to prepare your students to excel with the new standards.
Registration is free. Sign up today and invite your colleagues to join!
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Scott Miller, M.Ed., Curriculum Design, National University
Senior Instructional Consultant and Contributing Author, Strategies for Writers ©2013
Scott has taught students in all grade levels, Kindergarten through 12. He holds a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. He has served as a literacy coach, an instructional specialist, and as a coordinator of writing instruction.
While employed with Clovis Unified School District, Scott worked with many dedicated administrators and teachers to help establish the “Buchanan Area Writing Project.” The Project successfully articulated a process-based, trait-specific model for writing instruction among nearly three hundred teachers in nine area schools.