Fall Symposium, South Burlington, VT
- Course Number: SYMP
- Date: October 25, 2013
- Time: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM
- Location: Holiday Inn
- Address: Willow Room
- Address 2: 1068 Williston Road
- City: South Burlington
- State: VT
- Cost: $125
- Instructor: Dr. Charles Haynes
Dr. Charles Haynes, noted authority on spoken-written language standards, will present strategies for scaffolding narrative and expository expression for listening, speaking, reading and writing from K-12. Participants will learn specific word, sentence and discourse strategies to bridge sentences and paragraphs for reading comprehension and writing. Strategies will address mastery of genre and informational text, which often pose challenges for different kinds of learners. Participants will learn how to scaffold narrative and expository language, linking personal sequences within narrative development to essay formulation.
Dr. Haynes is particularly interested in “micro-discourse” techniques for building text cohesion. He will discuss implications for sophisticated interpretation of literature and cross-curricular content and present suggestions for using diagnostic profiles to drive goal setting and instructional plans.
About the Presenter
Dr. Charles W. Haynes is a Professor and Clinical Supervisor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Massachusetts. He and colleagues at the Landmark School founded the first intervention program in the United States to target the instructional needs of students with both dyslexia and expressive language disorders. An expert in spoken-written language relationships and written expression, he has given practical workshops and scientific presentations across the U.S. as well as in Canada, Brazil, Japan, Egypt, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Dr. Haynes is author of more than 45 publications on the nature, diagnosis and treatment of oral and written language disorders. He has received many awards and honors for his teaching skills as well as his service to children and adults with language learning differences.