I have been using Structured Word Inquiry in my Grade 5 classroom for five years. I didn’t wait to fully understand everything before I took the plunge. I just jumped in and learned along with my students. I knew who to ask when I was stuck, I took online classes when I could, I have read many blogs, talked with others using SWI, and read books.
During the entire time I’ve been using Structured Word Inquiry, I’ve kept a blog. I’ve also recorded a lot of the activities my students participated in. Sometimes we prepared lessons to take to the Grade 2 classrooms. Sometimes my students worked in small groups. Sometimes the work was individual. Sometimes we created videos to teach others what we were learning.
In this class, Bringing Structured Word Inquiry into the Classroom, I intend to share the activities that worked really well and give you a plethora of ideas to take back to your classroom.
There are currently no scheduled classes. If interested, please let me know via email of your preference for times and dates. I would be happy to schedule a new class.
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Each class will be 90 minutes in length.
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Cost is $60.00 for three 90 minute classes, paid through Paypal at this link: PayPal.Me/MaryBethSteven .
If dates offered do not work for you, please email with your preferences. I will do my best to coordinate and offer another session.
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Video of my students:
Here are a few videos of my students and what they learn with SWI: