A unique showcase at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair is Lynn Richardson’s ‘A 2022 Calendar: A Tool for ESL Teachers’

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Bologna, Italy Apr 8, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Lynn Richardson’s new calendar titled ‘A 2022 Calendar: A Tool for ESL Teachers’ has been designed explicitly as an organizational tool for teachers who use the Sheltered Instructional Observational Protocol (SIOP) model of instruction. SIOP is a research-based and validated instructional approach to teaching English language learners, integrating language and content instruction.

The calendar will be showcased at the Bologna Children’s Book Fait to reach a broader audience base and create interest amongst the participants.

I’m so excited to release this new calendar on the market. Bologna Children’s Book Fair is the ideal platform to showcase this and generate interest. I’m looking forward to interacting with the participants at the fair, ” said Lynn.

The colorful children’s calendar that serves as an organizational tool for teachers has been designed to honor the creators of the SIOP instruction model Jana Echevarria, MaryEllen Vogt, and Deborah J. Short. The model has gained significant popularity since its introduction into the system as it is regarded as an effective way of addressing the academic requirements of English learners.

As an ESL teacher myself, I understand how effective the SIOP model is in designing a framework to deliver lessons that make the course content easy to understand. The objective behind designing this calendar was to help teachers like myself and provide them with a tool that will assist them in the design and delivery of the material, ” Lynn added.

The calendar was released last year, and published by Parchment Global Publishing. The author herself holds a Master’s Degree as an ESL teacher. She has developed several lesson plans using art as a medium to help diverse language learners understand and learn how to use proficient English.

The calendar is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.



About the Author

Lynn Richardson was born in New York City; her mother was a commercial artist, and her father was a scriptwriter. She moved to Dallas in 1976 with her family. She is a graduate of the Art Institute of Houston and UHCL (University of Houston Clear Lake).

While Lynn worked as a substitute teacher in the DISD (Dallas Independent School District) for 23 years, she produced art. She is a member of the MAC (McKinney Avenue Contemporary) and utilizes her Master’s Degree to design ESL / Art courses. Presently, Lynn has 13 grandkids.

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