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Expository/Informational Writing Across-the-Curriculum Webinar Series

Expository and informational writing is the academic writing all students need to know and to apply in all grades and all subject areas. Using the Jane Schaffer Writing Program®, this training opportunity teaches English language arts and reading teachers how to build the foundation of expository writing for all students. And content area teachers will learn how to apply the JSWP method in their classrooms when asking students to write short or long responses to demonstrate their knowledge of the content being taught.

Learn techniques of summarization, science lab reports, and writing expository and informational texts for both non text-based and text-based writing. Writing prompts and sample paragraphs are included for the core subjects, as well as career and technology, fine arts, physical education, religious studies, and world languages. Learn the JSWP terminology, color-coding, and structure that successfully takes young writers through the writing process and makes incorporating writing into content areas easier.

Subject Area Participants: All Subjects, Learning Support

Grade Level(s): 6-12

2-Part Series (Weekdays):
  • June 25 and June 26 (9:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. CDT) *SUMMER SPECIAL - 20% Off

3-Part Series (2 Weeknights plus 1 Saturday):
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5-Part Series (Weeknights)
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Please note that sessions will be recorded for review purposes only. Online participants are expected to join us in real time.

Online participants must attend at least 80% of the live training to earn a certificate of completion.

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