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Topic: Teaching English Language Learners in the Math and Science
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Lou Cino

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Teaching English Language Learners in the Math and Science
Classroom

Posted: Dec 2, 2008 10:00 AM
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Molloy College, located on Long Island, will be offering three (3) workshops on Teaching English Language Learners in the Math and Science Classroom this January:

- Math/Science for ELLs in Grades K-4; Thursday, January 15, 4-6 p.m.; Molloy's Suffolk Center; Presenter: Jackie Nenchin, Molloy College

- Math/Science for ELLs in Grades 5-8; Tuesday, January 20, 4-6 p.m.; Molloy's Suffolk Center; Presenter: Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld, Molloy College

- Math/Science for ELLs in Grades 9-12; Tuesday, January 27, 4-6 p.m.; Molloy's Suffolk Center; Presenter: Dr. Vicky Giouroukakis, Molloy College

Tuition for all the workshops is $35 if you register at least one week prior to the workshop or $40 if you register within one week of the date of the workshop or at the door.

For workshop descriptions, to register, or for further information, please visit our website at: www.molloy.edu/ce/smei or call 516-678-5000 ext. 6883 or e-mail lcino@molloy.edu.

Regards-

Lou Cino

Louis J. Cino
Director,
Continuing Education and Professional Programs
Molloy College
1000 Hempstead Avenue
PO Box 5002
Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002
516-678-5000 Ext. 6357
Fax: 516-256-2234
E-mail: lcino@molloy.edu
www.molloy.edu/ce



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