California ASCD and Orange County Department of Education present:
11/30/18-Essential Instructional Routines to Maximize Speaking
and Listening within Designated and Integrated ELD
with Presenter Kate Kinsella, Ed.D.
Friday, November 30, 2018
Hosted by: Orange County Department of Education
Location: D Conference Center, Rooms D1001-3, 200 Kalmus Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m. - Registration Includes Lunch
Drawing from research and extensive classroom practice, Dr. Kinsella will focus on a core set of potent instructional routines appropriate for any ELD curriculum, content area, or grade level. Participants, ideally in site-based teams, will leave with extensive practical print and digital resources to support lesson delivery, professional development, and coaching initiatives.
Participants will learn essential ELD instructional routines including effective ways to:
- Provide mindful modeling of academic language throughout lesson delivery
- Engage learners at every English proficiency level in academic discussions
- Facilitate productive student interaction and collaboration with clear language targets
- Design and assign response frames that model and scaffold competent communication
- Encourage thoughtful elaboration and justification during lesson discussions
Kate Kinsella, Ed.D. is an adjunct teacher educator at San Francisco State University and a highly-sought after speaker and consultant to school districts and state departments throughout the US regarding development of academic language and literacy across the K-12 subject areas. Her 25 year teaching career focus has been equipping youths from diverse backgrounds with the communication, reading and writing skills to be career and college ready. A consummate “teacher’s teacher”, Dr. Kinsella maintains active K-12 classroom involvement by writing and implementing curriculum, co-teaching lessons, and providing practical mentoring for teachers and instructional coaches. Her extensive publishing record includes articles, chapters, English learners’ dictionaries, English Language development curriculum, and reading intervention programs. She is particularly proud of the research validated and extensively implemented programs she has written to support English learners in making academic strides: READ 180, English 3D, and the Academic Vocabulary Toolkit.