Friday, November 9 Morning Sessions at a Glance

ROOM

8:45-10:00

 

 

Jefferson

PLENARY

THE MUSIC OF SPOKEN ENGLISH: Setting the Tempo to the Tune of English

Judy Gilbert

 

 

9:15-10:00

10:15-11:00

11:15-12:00

Jefferson

Content Area (CA) and Secondary Education (SE) SIG Forums

 Addressing the Needs of Students with Interrupted/Limited Education

Andrea DeCapua   Helaine W. Marshall

Boulder

Learning to Use "LOL" and "OMG" Online

Dr. Jacqueline Riley

BE, CA, SE, IEP/HE

The Influence of Culture on Saudi Students

Abdullah Moraya

AE, BE, IEP/HE

Travel Experience as Inspiration for the Classroom

Brad Kloewer

AE, TE/AR, IEP/HE

Cherry/Plum

Language Acquisition 'On the Edge of Chaos'

Julie Bruch

TE/AR, IEP/HE

Teacher Education / Action Research (TE / AR) SIG Forum

Listen to the Sound of the New Beat of ELA Professional Development and Research in Colorado School Districts

Stephanie Johnson, Carol Pollard, Genevieve Hale, Helen Butts  

Conifer

How Not to Waste Time with Vocabulary

Alfred Utton

AE

Creating Books to Develop English Language Skills

Anita Sepp

BE, CA, EE

Math and Science Strategies for English Learners

Dr. Elizabeth Franklin, Adriana Camacho, Hannah Hurd, Jessica Denny

TE/AR, BE, CA, EE

Evergreen

Readiness for Transition English Language Learners

Denchai Prabjandee

TE/AR, BE, CA, EE

ESL Students with Special Needs

Misty Davidson

TE/AR, PA, IEP/HE

Your Role in Important Changes to an Adult ESL Course

Jessie Hawthorn

AE, TE/AR, PA

Golden

International Students and American Higher Education

Tamara Milbourn

IEP/HE

Using Social Networks for IEP Writing Classes

Heidi Holycross-Lui

TE/AR, IEP/HE

Successfully Integrating International Students into University Campuses

Margaret Gough, Beth Cloven, Jordan Sowell

PA, IEP/HE

Parker

Ellevation: Technology Partner for ELL Program Excellence

Jordan Meranus

Publisher Session: Ellevation, LLC

Teaching Multicultural Texts: Exploring the LIST Paradigm

Constance Leonard, Durthy Washington

SE, IEP/HE

Spruce

ELLs and Critical Thinking Through Accountable Talk

Denise Knochel,   Jeanna Doung

EE, SE

Recipe 4 Writing: Unlocking the Hidden Story

Lisa R. Wolf

TE/AR, EE, IEP/HE

Increasing the Rigor for English Language Learners Using Bloom's Taxonomy

Angela L. Valdez, Leticia King

TE/AR, BE, CA, EE, SE, GA, IEP/HE

West A

Teaching Literacy to Preliterate and Beginning ESL Students

Nancy Kearney,   Katie Collins

AE, TE/AR, GA

Building Background and Vocabulary for Secondary ELLs

Daniel Hanlon

Publisher Session: National Geographic Learning

Six principles for Teaching Grammar and Writing

Vincent Di Blasi

Publisher Session: Cambridge University Press

West B

Tools to Start Discussions on Practical Information That Includes Laws, Housing, and Health Care

Rachel Fuchs,   Debbie Goldman

AE, GA, IEP/HE

Setting Tempo--Innovative Secondary ELL Programs

Bonnie Scudder, Ken Andrews, Diane Johnson

Publisher Session: The Learner’s Edge

Blended Learning: Benefiting You and Your Students

Jonathan Boggs

Publisher Session: Pearson Longman

 

West C

Motivating Beginners in Middle School with Games

Laura B. Johnson

EE, SE

 Co-teaching: Meeting the Needs of English Learners

Lisa Drangsholt, Holly Porter, Lori Sayler, Julie Ignacz

EE, PA, GA

West D

Anxiety and English Language Learners

Linda Hagedorn, Mari Holt

TE/AR, EE, SE

New Colorado English Language Proficiency Assessments

Heather Villalobos Pavia,   Lilliana Graham

TE/AR, BE, CA, EE, SE, GA, PA

Workplace English for Adult ESL Learners

Andy Fuller

AE, PA, GA

West E

Teaching Reductions: Whatcha gonna do with 'em?

Heather L. Moffie

GA, IEP/HE

Introverted Students in Extroverted Classrooms

Kathleen Hart, Meghan Balderston, Pamela Luke, Sheryl Meyer, Julie Thornton

SE, IEP/HE

 

Willow

Facilitating the Transition to the U.S. Classroom

Jeffra Flaitz

BE, CA, EE, GA, CA

The SAMPLE Assessment: Secondary Assessment for Math Placement of English Learners

Susan Miller-Curley

Publisher Session

Pathways to Academic Sussess: Developing Critical Thinking, Presentation, and Communication Skills

Nichol Clark

Publisher Session: National Geographic  Learning/Cengage

Arapahoe / Douglas

Publishers’ Exhibits

(Coffee Breaks – 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon)

Adult Education (AE), Bilingual Education (BE), Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL),  Elementary Education (EE), Program Administration (PA) , Secondary Education (SE), General Audience (GA), Intensive English Programs / Higher Education (IEP / HE), Teacher Education / Action Research (TE / AR), Content Area (CA)