Just found out you'll be teaching a crazy lil' course this year called 'English General Paper'?
Or, have you been teaching the course formerly-known-as 'General Paper' for years, but gearing up/bracing for all the changes to the new syllabus?
Either way, I've got your back!
During this free, digital series, I'll walk you through a full overview of this shiny new syllabus (8021!), we'll talk about all the changes from old course (8004, 8001) to new, and I'll share some snazzy best practices you can implement in your classroom, like, tomorrow...
(and if you're from the U.S., don't worry, we'll 'talk shop' about Common Core, too ;-)
Join me as we 'meet the new syllabus' for AS Level English General Paper 8021... let's see what's in store for 2019 and beyond!
Jill has been keepin’ it real in the classroom since 2004 when she earned her bachelor's degree in education, ELA 6-12 (+ a minor in writing!). She went on to earn a master's degree in education and curriculum design in 2007, before becoming a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) in 2009. Jill is the author of Cambridge University Press’s first-ever course book for AS Level English General Paper 8021, a globally-geared curriculum she has a huge heart for because of its skills-based approach and emphasis on critical reading, thinking, and writing skills. She also consulted and published curriculum materials for Cambridge Assessment International Examinations (CAIE) and serves as one of their accredited teacher trainers in addition to the workshops she offers through her own business, edPioneer. Jill is passionate about rethinking high school education. It is her mission to create and share an updated approach to writing instruction, so teachers can meet local and national standards while also cultivating what matters for today’s 21stcentury learners and tomorrow’s innovative leaders.