Handouts and Slides

Our wonderful concurrent session presenters are generously sharing their handouts and slides from their presentations at our Fall Conference. Please check back periodically to see if additional materials have been uploaded. Thank you!

Title: Use Google Apps to Become an Exemplary Digital Literacy Teacher

Presenter: Jean Richie – Milwaukee Area Technical College

Click here to access the Google slides from the presentation. 

Click here for the handout of the slides from the presentation.

Title: How Student Perceptions of Good Teaching Align with TESOL’s 6 Principles

Presenters: Heidi Evans, Angela Alexander, and Andrea Poulos – University of Wisconsin-Madison

2019 WITESOL 6 Principles slides WITESOL 2019 6 Principles handout

WITESOL 2019 6 Principles handout

Title: Creating Rich Classroom Environments through Vocabulary Development

Commercial Presenter: Marisa Nathan – Confianza

Creating Rich Classroom Environments Through Vocabulary Development

Supporting Multilingual Students’ Meaning-Making in the Content Area

Presenter: Daniella Molle – WIDA

WITESOL

Student-Led Discussions

Presenter: Jeannine Geiger – Chippewa Falls High School and Middle School

Student-Led Discussion Slides

Student-Led Discussion Documents

Tips, Tricks, & Activities: Teaching Math to English Language Learners

Presenter: Mark Sullivan – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

WI TESOL – Comm Math (Sullivan) Handout Activities for presentation

Handout

Activities for presentation

To correct or not to correct? That is an excellent question.

Presenters: Lindsey Hill, Jacklyn Ryan, and Nicole Ludmer – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

WITESOL_2019_Presentation_(Hill,Ludmer,Ryan)

(Going Beyond) Translanguaging 101

Presenter: Dr. Melanie Schneider – University of Wisconsin – Whitewater

2019 WITESOL Presentation_FINAL 11-15-19

Selected Refer+Appendix_2019 WITESOL Presentation_Schneider

Linguistic Ideologies: Developing the Principles for Outstanding Teachers of English Learners

Presenter: Dr. Heather Linville – University of Wisconsin, La Crosse

Linville-Linguistic Ideologies-WITESOL 2019

Teaching Diverse Adult ELL Populations Skills for Workforce Readiness

Presenters: Cassandra Pilarski and Marie Simpson – Literacy Network

WITESOL 2019 Handouts Packet

WITESOL 2019 PPT

Adult Students and Special Learning Needs – 1st Aid for Teachers: the 4 Ps

Presenter: Julie Anderson – The College of Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois

Adult ESL students, SLNs 1 pres D