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IRA 2009 Phoenix

Feb 21–23, 2009 in Phoenix, AZ

Freddy will be giving 2 presentations at the 2009 IRA conference at Phoenix.

Institute 3: How and Why It Is Important to Teach Vocabulary and Comprehension Interactively
The institute will focus on new research and instructional practices that significantly increase children’s vocabulary development and comprehension skills. The institute will provide materials, innovative practices, and strategies for students who need supplementary practice and instruction, English language learners, and students with learning disabilities, specializing in early education, elementary, and middle school years.
Speakers: Susan Neuman, James Baumann, Cathy Collins Block, Brian Cutting, Irene Gaskins, Robert Gaskins, Carolyn Gwinn, Elfrieda Hiebert, Donna Knoell, Kyle Knudson, Linda Labbo, John Mangieri, Margaret McKeown, Wendy Pye, Mary Ellen Vogt
Date: Saturday, February 21, 2009
Time: 9AM-5PM
Location: Phoenix Convention Center N229B

Reading Hall of Fame
Presenter(s): James Hoffman, Margaret McKeown, Elfrieda Hiebert, Sheila Valencia
Date: Monday, February 23, 2009
Time: 9AM-11AM
Location: Phoenix Convention Center W105A

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Presentation

IRA 2009 Phoenix, Institute 3

Freddy’s IRA Institute 3 handout is now available.

Institute 3: How and Why It Is Important to Teach Vocabulary and Comprehension Interactively
The institute will focus on new research and instructional practices that significantly increase children’s vocabulary development and comprehension skills. The institute will provide materials, innovative practices, and strategies for students who need supplementary practice and instruction, English language learners, and students with learning disabilities, specializing in early education, elementary, and middle school years.

Freddy’s IRA Institute 3 handout is now available.

Institute 3: How and Why It Is Important to Teach Vocabulary and Comprehension Interactively
The institute will focus on new research and instructional practices that significantly increase children’s vocabulary development and comprehension skills. The institute will provide materials, innovative practices, and strategies for students who need supplementary practice and instruction, English language learners, and students with learning disabilities, specializing in early education, elementary, and middle school years.