Presentation Title

Writing Centres and Picture Books Exhibition: EDLL3200 Language and Literacy

Format of Presentation

Other (exhibit, performance, art installation, etc.; please describe in the Comments section below)

Location

3rd floor House of Learning

Abstract

In this Writing Centres and Picture Books Exhibition, TRU B.Ed. students share their final assignment for EDLL3200 Language and Literacy. The assignment required students to apply and expand on knowledge gained about effective teaching of writing to elementary school children in the creation of a writing centre or a picture book for elementary school children. The centres and the picture books provide a variety of fun and engaging activities for writing practice and enrichment taking into consideration children’s various ability levels, interests, and needs. It was an opportunity to apply theory and demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and innovation.

In an effort to engage teacher candidates in the process of indigenizing education, this year they were also invited to incorporate Aboriginal content and to reflect First Peoples Principles of Learning.

11: 00am to 1:30pm

Tale of Tails, Picture Book by Laura Howard and Mariah Gotro

The Chronicles of C and K, Picture Book by Justine Kerluck and Noah Woods

Superheroes, Writing Centre by Mia Herault, Madeline Skerritt, Robyn Ferguson, and Kayleigh Milobar

Local Wildlife, Writing Centre by Quinn Bailey, Daylene Bodnarchuk, Eryn Dowler, & Michelle Tondevold

Animals, Writing Centre by Stephanie Read, Magalie Levasseur, Alicia Gaskell, & Anneke de Geus

2:00 pm to 4pm

C is for Camas, Picture Book by Sonya Rokosh

The Old Wizard, Picture Book by Josh Brown

Cocoa for You, Writing Centre by Ashley Gill, Lena Stengel, Meghan Greer, & Tanya Elwood

Farm Animals, Writing Centre by Allyson Paxton, Braden McKenzie, Chayla Wilcox, & Rachel Pequeno

Woodland Writers, Writing Centre by Larissa Lutjen, Alice Cabille, Tamara Lawrence, & Clare Fast

Space, Writing Centre by Chris Hansen & Benjamin Gagnon

Department

Education

Faculty Advisor

Gloria Ramirez

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Writing Centres and Picture Books Exhibition: EDLL3200 Language and Literacy

3rd floor House of Learning

In this Writing Centres and Picture Books Exhibition, TRU B.Ed. students share their final assignment for EDLL3200 Language and Literacy. The assignment required students to apply and expand on knowledge gained about effective teaching of writing to elementary school children in the creation of a writing centre or a picture book for elementary school children. The centres and the picture books provide a variety of fun and engaging activities for writing practice and enrichment taking into consideration children’s various ability levels, interests, and needs. It was an opportunity to apply theory and demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and innovation.

In an effort to engage teacher candidates in the process of indigenizing education, this year they were also invited to incorporate Aboriginal content and to reflect First Peoples Principles of Learning.

11: 00am to 1:30pm

Tale of Tails, Picture Book by Laura Howard and Mariah Gotro

The Chronicles of C and K, Picture Book by Justine Kerluck and Noah Woods

Superheroes, Writing Centre by Mia Herault, Madeline Skerritt, Robyn Ferguson, and Kayleigh Milobar

Local Wildlife, Writing Centre by Quinn Bailey, Daylene Bodnarchuk, Eryn Dowler, & Michelle Tondevold

Animals, Writing Centre by Stephanie Read, Magalie Levasseur, Alicia Gaskell, & Anneke de Geus

2:00 pm to 4pm

C is for Camas, Picture Book by Sonya Rokosh

The Old Wizard, Picture Book by Josh Brown

Cocoa for You, Writing Centre by Ashley Gill, Lena Stengel, Meghan Greer, & Tanya Elwood

Farm Animals, Writing Centre by Allyson Paxton, Braden McKenzie, Chayla Wilcox, & Rachel Pequeno

Woodland Writers, Writing Centre by Larissa Lutjen, Alice Cabille, Tamara Lawrence, & Clare Fast

Space, Writing Centre by Chris Hansen & Benjamin Gagnon