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DOOR COUNTY READING COUNCIL

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Contact the Door County Reading Council at [email protected]

Door County Reading Council Leadership Team

Door County Reading Council

President

Jeanne

Schopf

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DCRC

Secretary

Bridget

Schopf

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DCRC

Legislative

Amanda

Wilke

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DCRC

Treasurer

Constance

Vogel

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Membership

Amanda

Wilke

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Calendar of 2019 - 2020  Events for DCRC 

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QLOwcCUkO6T55feceJKEBk9jdVSI9_DzwoSx-r-IX2w

Program: Gratitude Journal Workshop with Tricia Dufek, Participant materials provided.

Location: Crossroads at Big Creek

Time: 5:30 

Thursday, October 3, 2019 new date!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=11tgezSmqhyxCCknnw3EsOhLktKMI9TajnYJKOShB9js

Program: How to Create, Develop, Implement, and Assess a Choice Reading Program with Peg Grafwallner 
Sponsored by WSRA 

Location: Sturgeon Bay High School Library

Text can provide opportunities for learners to better understand themselves and the worlds they live in; texts can also serve as opportunities to experience ways of being in the world that learners do not yet know about. Participants in this interactive session will apply criteria to evaluate representation and diversity in text in order to intentionally engage learners with texts that serve as both windows and mirrors. Visit https://dpi.wi.gov/reading/professional-learning/text-complexity for more information.

Location: Crossroads at Big Creek

Monday, February 24th, 2020, 6:00-7:00 PM with Author Nathan Hale: Workshop with kids - FREE

Monday, March 18, 2019

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1c_L_tDNiWt0gUNkIkRQPHGjnmbsjp9FC8CZSHZVkByU

Program: Beth VandeHey: Meeting the Needs of EL (and all other) Students

Location: Crossroads at Big Creek

English Learners are a heterogeneous group of students who are very diverse in ethnic and language backgrounds, socioeconomic status, academic abilities, and language levels.  In order to effectively educate English learners, teachers must assess each student's academic and language-development needs and tailor their instruction accordingly. This session is going to focus on second language acquisition, the language levels, and how to use that information to drive instruction.  We will try to look at some practical strategies that you can be implemented into your instruction in order to meet the needs of the English learners in your classes.

May:

Community Outreach: The Door County Reading Council provides books for students at the summer lunch program.  These books are available to kids of all ages.