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  • Session recordings will available until July 2022. 
  • Certificates of attendance will be generated and sent emailed as of February 16, 2022. 
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Saturday, February 5 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Teaching Academic Language in the Present and Future Tense: What Does it Mean to Teach Language in a Culturally-Responsive and Sustaining Framework? LIMITED

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Link to Recording:
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/96nvPsUKgorf2kLl6yAcuSm3yjHdU00vBR-uOIdMRt0Ie4u55o_72jO7edAoMfMh.y89hLh9N-ani5DiN


In this session, we will discuss the concept of academic language and its role in text comprehension for multilingual learners and their classmates. We will also discuss principles for equitably teaching academic language in ways that enable students to use this language to co-construct thinking and to advocate for themselves and others.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Emily Phillips Galloway

Dr. Emily Phillips Galloway

Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University
Emily Phillips Galloway is an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody School of Education. Rooted in her experiences as a former middle school reading specialist, Phillips Galloway’s research explores the relationships between school-relevant language development... Read More →



Saturday February 5, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am CST
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