Reading & Writing Clinic "Table Talk Series"

Starts: 5:00 pm on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Ends: 7:00 pm on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Location: School of Education - Pi Lambda Theta (Room 250)

Do you have some nagging questions about the “best” literacy instruction for all of your students? Join us for dinner and conversation as we explore answers together! • January 29, 2014: Nonfiction Texts for the Classroom: The role of multi-modal literacies. Dr. Laura Jimenez, Lecturer, Boston University • March 26, 2014: Do the Common Core State Standards Change the Ways We Teach Writing? Dr. Katherine Frankel, Assistant Professor, Boston University • May 21, 2014: How Can Teachers Mediate Complex Texts for Struggling Readers? Dr. Jeanne R. Paratore, Professor, Boston University Location: BU School of Education, Room 250 Cost: $20 per person, includes a light supper. RSVP to Marc Hartigan at If you have questions, please call Evelyn Ford-Connors, 617-358-0910, or email:

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