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Monday, July 25 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Ask a story 2.0 - A step toward compelling -Experienced Strand

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This session will share ideas for maintaining interest beyond the background information and getting the repetitions of the focus structures in interesting ways.  Participants will focus on three things: 1) getting to the action, 2) being deliberate in using elements that are interesting to boys and girls, and 3) adapting anyone else’s story to YOUR needs.

Outcomes for attendees

Attendees will take away some strategies for increasing the compelling nature of the stories they ask as well as strategies for adapting any story to satisfy their needs.

Strategies for engagement and practice

Through demonstration, practice, and discussion attendees will experience simple to use elements that lead to compelling, repetitive input and story adaptation techniques.

Presenters
avatar for Craig Sheehy

Craig Sheehy

Craig has been teaching Spanish since 2003. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish (2002) and a Master of Arts degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction (2007), both from Boise State University. He teaches all levels of Spanish in high school and has taught as an adjunct... Read More →



Monday July 25, 2016 2:30pm - 4:30pm PDT
Emerald C
  2 hour workshop
  • AV Needs LCD Projector, Screen, Computer Speakers (Presenters will bring their own laptop. Mac users need to bring the adapter for the LCD.)