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Would you like to foster a dynamic learning space where students thrive in expressing themselves verbally? The first step toward supporting children’s oral-language development is to build a language-rich environment. Join Sarah Curry for this hands-on, interactive workshop and explore various strategies for facilitating oral language in the classroom including oracy lessons, morning meeting, turn and talks, talk-read-talk-write, and active discussion. Get ready to transform your classroom into a vibrant teaching space where the right kind of noise fosters rich oral language development! Sarah’s expertise in literacy instruction will equip you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence you need to facilitate oral language in the classroom and enhance students’ communication skills and overall academic performance. 

This is workshop three of three for the series titled “Building Oral Language and Vocabulary in the Elementary Classroom.” 

Key Takeaways: 

  • Understand the importance of facilitating oral language in the classroom. 
  • Learn about the latest research findings on oral language facilitation. 
  • Discover practical strategies for creating a classroom environment that encourages the right kind of noise. 
  • Gain insights into how to adapt these strategies to meet the diverse needs of your students. 


Participants will respond to discussion prompts throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the workshop objectives and reflect on their learning.  

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