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SI: Secondary Inclusion English - Making English the Most Relevant Class of the Day

Jun 20 - Jul 4, 2021
20.0 credits

$300 Enroll

Full course description

This is a for-cost course. To accept responsibility for payment and pay via credit card, use the Promotional Code: SendMeInvoice when signing up for this course. Once you are enrolled you will receive an invoice for the cost of this course. If payment is not received prior to June 1, 2021, you will be dropped from the course.

Course Introduction

Secondary inclusion English classes can be extremely challenging. The framework for each unit of study includes, most importantly, topics that are relevant, applicable, and engaging to students. It features multiple modes of delivery, multiple uses of technology, varied options to access information/curriculum, and a wide variety of opportunities for application of knowledge or understanding for each topic. This curriculum shell can also be easily adapted to cover content of each teacher's choice. Under the categories of “Teaching for Equity and Social Justice”/ “Social and Emotional Learning” / Revitalizing Teaching, Transforming Learning, comes a year-long plan that includes topics such as mental health (The Glass Castle) Addiction (Beautiful Boy) Social Justice Reform (Just Mercy) and Life (The Last Lecture). There is a purposeful order of topics as they continue progressively. Each unit also uses multiple modes of delivery and instruction, utilizing podcasts, research, Netflix documentaries, and films.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to create a curriculum for their secondary English inclusion classes that not only engages each student, but leaves them with relevant information and critical thinking skills.

 

Course Dates

June 20 - July 3

Required Live Sessions:

None; this course is fully asynchronous

 

Course Instructor(s)

Lindsay Ammirante

 

Summer Institute Course Theme

Revitalizing Teaching, Transforming Learning

 

 

information iconCredits: Participants will receive documentation for the successful completion of this course. No university credit will be earned. Contact hours, listed as credits on this enrollment page, are defined as time spent under scheduled instruction, which can be synchronous or asynchronous. 1 Credit = 10 Contact Hours. For additional details on how contact hours were determined for this offering, please review our Contact Hours Guide.

 


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