Reading for Meaning
Free Professional Development.
Learn practical strategies for best-practice comprehension teaching
Oxford University Press invites you to attend one our free teacher workshops designed to support best-practice comprehension teaching presented by educator and literacy specialist, Susan Taylor.
Why should you attend one of these workshops?
To learn practical strategies to
improve your teaching
To ensure you're across the latest
research on comprehension development
Afternoon tea and opportunity
to network with peers
Join educator and literacy specialist Susan Taylor as she walks you through comprehension strategies and skills that your students can utilise to become successful readers.
You’ll leave this session with practical tips to start teaching comprehension more effectively. During the session you will learn:
- about the latest research in comprehension strategies and skills
- how to explicitly teach and model these comprehension strategies, with opportunities to practise
- how to support comprehension development in your classroom.
Registration and afternoon tea: 3:30pm – 4:00pm
Workshop: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Susan Taylor is an experienced primary school teacher who also lectures and facilitates tutorials for pre-service primary teachers at Macquarie University. Her specialty subjects are literacy, language and literature.She is also the series expert for Oxford’s new series, Oxford Reading for Comprehension
Monday 16 September
St Ives North Public School
87 Memorial Avenue, St Ives, NSW 2075
Thursday 19 September
Colyton Public School
43-81 Nelson Street, Mount Druitt, NSW 2770
To register, select the number of places you would like to book at each workshop. For example, select "1" if you are registering yourself only. Then click 'Register'. You will then be asked to enter your details. Once you've registered, you will receive a confirmation email.