Gifted Language Arts

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William & Mary's Center for Gifted Education language arts units focus on analytic and interpretive skills in literature, persuasive writing skills, linguistic competency, listening/oral communications skills, reasoning skills, and understanding an overarching concept. To learn more, click here.

The Center for Gifted Education at William & Mary presents curriculum for high-ability learners in language arts, science, and social studies.  From the time of the Center's inception in 1987, one of its major emphases has been the development of exemplary curriculum frameworks and units of study for classroom use with high-ability learners. To learn more about the Center for Gifted Education, click here.

The award-winning Language Arts curriculum is a series of 10 units accompanied by a Curriculum Guide.  The Curriculum Guide assists teachers not only in understanding and implementing the units, but in differentiating instruction to reach a variety of learners, as well as evaluating and monitoring the effectiveness of language arts curricula.  The Teacher Guides provide comprehensive instructional support, including detailed lesson plans, assessment tools, and opportunities to extend the curriculum to meet a variety of interests and needs.  The Student Guides contain high-quality literature selections, activity pages, and learning scaffolds designed to enhance writing, reasoning, and analytical skills. 

For more information, or to place your order, call Barb Schoop, your gifted and talented curriculum sales consultant, at 1.800.542.6657, ext. 1051.

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