Moore County Reading Association of NC
                             Moore County, North Carolina
                        ILA Honor Council 1988-2019

          A local council of the  North Carolina Reading Association, Inc.  &
         an affiliate of the  International Literacy Association

Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020  (new date)


Location: Golden Corral

               265 Turner Street (across from Walmart)

               Aberdeen


Time: 7:30 -10:00 am -- Breakfast Buffet (optional) -- $8

          

          8:00 am – Book Talk:

                                                                       "When the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens

                                                            (submit written assignment to mcra.ya.docs@gmail.com)

                              (Must attend from 8:00–8:30 pm – read books, complete written assignments and participate in

                                             Book Talks - to earn full Literacy/Content CEU for this portion of the meeting.)


8:30 am -- Program

(Must attend from 8:30–9:30 pm to earn full General CEU for this portion of the meeting.)


9:30 am -- Business Meeting


10:00 am -- Adjournment

                                                   (Must attend from 8-10 am to earn full General/Literacy CEU for this meeting.)


Program:                                                                                    “Multicultural Literacy”


Speaker:                                                                             Dr. Heather Kimberly Dial Sellers

                                                                                        Associate Professor (Reading; Director)

                                                                                                       School of Education

                                                                                   The University of North Carolina at Pembroke


Session Description:                                         Let’s welcome Dr. Sellers back to our council as she brings

                                                                        a message that affects so many of our classroom situations:

                                                               teaching literacy to students with backgrounds from various cultures.

                                                                      Dr. Sellers is always inviting, informative, and knowledgeable

                                                                            in her command of Reading Education as it impacts

                                                                                             our classroom and students.


ALSO, please remember to bring a new or gently used book (optional) for our

Mary Ellen Skidmore Grant Project to take to the Pediatric Unit at

First Health Moore Regional Hospital for kids and families to enjoy.


DOOR PRIZES FOR ATTENDEES!!!