Picturing Writing: Fostering Literacy Through Art® is a multimodal, evidence-based approach to literacy learning that uses simple crayon resist art techniques and the study of quality picture books to teach the art of writing. Treating words and pictures as equal languages for developing and recording ideas, Picturing Writing has been proven effective for a wide range of learners, including Title I students, Special Education students, and English Learners. Research has also documented significant gains in writing for boys, who tend to lag behind girls in writing scores across the nation. Picturing Writing uses specially designed brainstorming sheets to help students access rich descriptive language through reading their pictures. This engaging, language-rich approach to teaching writing is aligned with English Language Arts Standards and can be used to teach a variety of genres, including descriptive writing, poetry, narrative, research-based poetry, research-based narrative, informational text, and opinion pieces. Picturing Writing can be easily integrated across the science and social studies curriculum and is aligned with S.E.L. Competencies.
ND Council on the Arts and Central Region Education Association are partnering to offer two Picturing Writing workshops: 1) Introduction to Picturing Writing: Time of Day/Weather Poetry Unit and 2) Picturing Writing Research-Based Animal Trifold Unit. Click Register to sign up for Workshop 1, 2, or both. Registration closes on July 8, 2022. View Event Sessions for a description of each workshop and information on cafeteria credit available through VSCU.
Workshop 1: August 1-3, 20228:00 am - 12:00 pmWorkshop 2: August 4-5, 20228:00 am - 12:00 pm
Workshops will be held via Zoom.
Workshop 1: $100Workshop 2: $50Both workshops: $125 (Save $25!)
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Registration closes July 8, 2022. The Zoom link and other important information will be emailed to you prior to start date. Resources and art supplies will be mailed directly to your home address prior to start date.