The DBQ Project Literature – Day Two

Fresno County Office of Education: December 6, 2018

The ELA/ELD Framework (2014) calls attention to the importance of using deep analysis and inquiry-driven approaches to building literacy skills and preparing all students for effective communication in the 21st century. This two-day training will provide ELA and ELD Teachers in grades 6-12 with instructional strategies, sample lessons, and practices to utilize the document based question approach to inspire great teaching and learning. The 6 DBQ practices are designed to help ALL students meet the varied authentic reading, writing, speaking, and listening demands expected of them for college and career readiness. DBQ Project Founder Chip Brady will provide practical, hands-on experience with the DBQ materials specifically designed to increase rigor and support students in accessing complex text while demonstrating their learning through writing. Participants will receive sample lessons for classroom use.

This is a two-day event. Day One was on 10/5.

Purchase of DBQ Literature binders is encouraged but not required.

Intended Audience:
Grades 6-12 ELA/ELD teachers & instructional coaches

1111 Van Ness
Fresno, CA 93721
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Chip Brady

$250, breakfast, lunch, materials, and parking included

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