WFBB-Expository TOT

Spring 2020 Special Session

Class Notes

This course requires additional enrollment & fees paid to Thinking Maps, Inc. Registration is at: http://thinkingmaps.com/ and your participation is required to receive credit. The Write from the Beginning and Beyond Expository Training of Trainers teaches educators to train other teachers in how to teach Expository Writing K-8. Leveraging the eight brain-based visual patterns that are the core of Thinking Maps, students utilize the Maps to develop and organize their thoughts prior to writing. This course covers a broad range of expository structures, including explaining why/opinion, point of view, reporting information, comparing/contrasting, whole to part, cause/effect, describing, defining, and explaining how. It will provide information for teachers and teacher trainers regarding the characteristics and purposes of each stage of development necessary in attaining proficiency in these types of writing, and step-by-step instructional plans for teaching expository writing K-8. Thinking Maps is a registered trademark. This course may be valid for professional credit at the discretion of local school districts; it does not meet degree or credential requirements. This course is held off-campus at various locations Registration deadline May 1.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Burkart-Roberts, Alice Carrie
Location

Class Registration Information

Class #
5140
Course
RDGL 802A -
SECT 201
Units
1
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $75 / unit
Class Meeting Dates

01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020

Days

TBA

Times

Registration

Class Fee: $75.00
RDGL 802A - SECT 201

WFBB-Expository TOT

Class: 5140 Units: 1 Fees: $75.00

M-F 01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020 TBA

Class Notes

This course requires additional enrollment & fees paid to Thinking Maps, Inc. Registration is at: http://thinkingmaps.com/ and your participation is required to receive credit. The Write from the Beginning and Beyond Expository Training of Trainers teaches educators to train other teachers in how to teach Expository Writing K-8. Leveraging the eight brain-based visual patterns that are the core of Thinking Maps, students utilize the Maps to develop and organize their thoughts prior to writing. This course covers a broad range of expository structures, including explaining why/opinion, point of view, reporting information, comparing/contrasting, whole to part, cause/effect, describing, defining, and explaining how. It will provide information for teachers and teacher trainers regarding the characteristics and purposes of each stage of development necessary in attaining proficiency in these types of writing, and step-by-step instructional plans for teaching expository writing K-8. Thinking Maps is a registered trademark. This course may be valid for professional credit at the discretion of local school districts; it does not meet degree or credential requirements. This course is held off-campus at various locations Registration deadline May 1.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Burkart-Roberts, Alice Carrie
Location