Click on presentation title below for full details or on a time or room link (coming soon). Here's a campus map showing building locations. Many presenter handouts will be available online a few days before the conference at spokaneesl.com/handouts/
You Can Do It: Light, Medium, and Heavy Lifts Advocating for ELLs
School Communication-Parent Involvement: Hmong-American Families
The Case for a Chiune Sugihara CLIL Reading and Writing Course
Share and Shine Presentations: Multilevel Activity
Library Assembly Hall
Elizabeth Merriam, Spokane Community College
Thereza Vahlstrom, Mead School District and Spokane Community College
Family Language Policy Among Immigrants in a Multilingual Era
Mary Jeannot, Gonzaga University
Students Achieving Fluency through Inquiries in Literature!
Phonics: To Teach or Not To Teach? If so, how?
When Executive Orders Set Off a Worry Machine for ELLs
Dr. Janine J. Darragh, University of Idaho
Low Prep, High Reward: Activities for Beginner ESL Classes
Stimulate Your Creativity Through Task-Types
Tristinn Williams, Cascadia College
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