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Webinar: Supporting Students' Analysis and Argument Writing with Sources Through Discussion
Interested in historical inquiry and argument writing with sources? Join us to learn how the Read.Inquire.Write. curriculum structures and supports students' full participation through a set of disciplinary literacy tools. This webinar will highlight the “Weigh the Evidence” tool, in particular, which supports thinking across sources and developing plausible claims. Read.Inquire.Write. is a free, inquiry-based social studies curriculum that has been developed, tested, and refined in partnership with students and teachers. Read.Inquire.Write. offers investigations of social and historical issues for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades (including world geography, world history, and US history) and extensive supports for bilingual and multilingual students.

Dec 8, 2020 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chauncey Monte-Sano
Professor @University of Michigan School of Education
Chauncey Monte-Sano is the founder and director of Read.Inquire.Write. and a professor of Educational Studies at the University of Michigan. Her scholarship centers on how adolescents learn to reason and write with sources about historical and social issues, and how such instruction can challenge inequities in students’ literacy outcomes. Prior to her work at U-M, she taught high school in California, earned National Board Certification, and completed a Ph.D. at Stanford University.
Logan Eiland
Graduate Student @University of Michigan School of Education
Logan Eiland is a PhD student in Teaching and Teacher Education at U-M and he supports Read.Inquire.Write. as a research assistant. Originally from Virginia, he earned his BA in History and MA in Secondary Social Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to attending U-M, Logan taught high school history in Richmond, Virginia.