Dawn Burnette, NBCT
Description: With so many ELA skills to teach, we all need meaningful strategies for making less do more. In this fast-paced and highly practical session, learn a quick but effective way to help students understand how all grammar concepts connect at the sentence level and apply to their own writing. Also, learn easy-to-implement strategies that allow for differentiated instruction, higher-level thinking skills, and cross-curricular reading experiences for all levels of readers across all content areas. Appropriate for all grade levels!
Dawn Burnette is a National Board Certified Teacher who has taught middle and high school English since 1990. In addition to English, she is also certified in gifted education for grades K-12. She is the author of Daily Grammar Practice as well as numerous other publications for teaching language arts. Dawn received the NCTE High School Teacher of Excellence Award for 2005 and was a 2007 finalist for Georgia Teacher of the Year. Dawn teaches professional development courses and has presented at countless conferences including NAGC.
Saturday, November 11
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
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