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5 Evidence-Based Literacy Strategies for English Learners
Thursday, June 6, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Maya Goodall, Senior Director of EL Curriculum, Lexia Learning
Sponsored by Lexia Learning
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In this edWebinar, Maya Goodall, Senior Director of EL Curriculum at Lexia Learning, discusses how five evidence-based instructional best practices help English Learner students engage with the rich language used in classroom instruction and develop the building blocks critical for academic success by strengthening and integrating both oral and written language skills.
This recorded edWebinar will be of particular benefit to those working in English Learner curriculum or intervention, as well as preK-12 teachers and school and district leaders.
About the Presenter
Maya Goodall, Senior Director of EL Curriculum at Lexia Learning, has worked in education for over 20 years, teaching both nationally and internationally. Maya has a rich professional background that includes teaching in the classroom, coaching, training, and implementing and designing curricula with measurable outcomes. She founded Lingual Learning, a curriculum company dedicated to helping students become confidently bilingual. Maya speaks three languages and holds an M.Ed. and MA in applied linguistics.
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Lexia Learning, A Rosetta Stone Company, is one of the best-known and most highly respected reading-technology companies in the world. Lexia’s instructional programs (Core5 and PowerUp) help to accelerate literacy skill development through explicit and systematic personalized learning paths, and Lexia’s assessment program (RAPID) uniquely screens key reading and language skills critical to comprehension for all students in grades K–12.