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»New Vision Players Presents Little Shop Of Horrors

March 28, 2015 2:00 PM

Based on the low-budget horror film of the same name, the Little Shop of Horrors musical tells the story of a poor flower shop employee named Seymour Krelborn and the plant that he soon discovers needs human blood to survive. As the plant grows in size, it begins to speak and manipulate the life of his keeper in order to fulfill its own agenda. Love, violence and sacrifice are all highlighted in this dark comedy.

10-10 20th Street
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

»New Vision Players Presents Little Shop Of Horrors

March 28, 2015 8:00 PM

Based on the low-budget horror film of the same name, the Little Shop of Horrors musical tells the story of a poor flower shop employee named Seymour Krelborn and the plant that he soon discovers needs human blood to survive. As the plant grows in size, it begins to speak and manipulate the life of his keeper in order to fulfill its own agenda. Love, violence and sacrifice are all highlighted in this dark comedy.

10-10 20th Street
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

»Erik Griffin

March 28, 2015 7:30 PM

283 Route 17 South
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604

»Erik Griffin

March 28, 2015 10:15 PM

283 Route 17 South
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604

»Comedy Pet Theatre

March 28, 2015 1:00 PM

Gregory Popovich is a comedian and entertainer who founded The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater. Combining his own colorful humor, juggling finesse and balancing skills with the hard work and talent of his various pets--10 dogs and 15 cats he rescued from shelters--Popovich offers a one of a kind mini circus that is perfect for the whole family.

30 North Van Brunt Street
Englewood, NJ 07631

»Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre

March 28, 2015 4:00 PM

30 North Van Brunt Street
Englewood, NJ 07631

»Beneath The Sea Secaucus Nj 2015 Padi Member Forum

March 28, 2015 8:30 AM

Member Forum 2015 promises to be an exciting and informative journey through PADIs Digital Product Suite. Dont miss the opportunity to engage your teaching core and experience the next evolution of PADI eLearning®. Come ready to view live demonstrations of digital products including: PADI App, Certification Paks, ReActivate Touch, Equipment Specialist Touch, and much more. Youll walk away with ideas to boost your certifications, get a sneak peek at the new PADI Digital Product Suite and learn more about integrating this new form of PADI eLearning into your dive training programs. Registration is free but pre-registration is recommended. Revised Open Water Scuba Instructor Startup Kits may be available at the event. To purchase your kit, please contact your sales consultant.   Dates and locations are subject to change. Remember, you can always view online by selecting Member Forum under the Pro Development tab at the PADI Pros Site.   Please note: You may receive multiple notifications to attend the 2015 PADI Member Forum. You only have to register one time. Simply disregard email notifications once youve registered. We look forward to seeing you!   PADI Americas 30151 Tomas Street Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688-2125 Phone: 800 729 7234 (US and Canada) or +1 949 858 7234 Web: http://www.padi.com

801 Rutherford Avenue
Rutherford, NJ 07070

»A Hairy Tale

March 28, 2015 1:30 PM

14 Alvin Place
Montclair, NJ 07043

»A Hairy Tale

March 28, 2015 3:30 PM

14 Alvin Place
Montclair, NJ 07043

»Nycwp Teacher-to-teacher Conference, 2015

March 28, 2015 8:30 AM

Join us for the seventeenth annual Teacher-to-Teacher Conference March 28th at Lehman College  8:30 am - 3:30 pm Registration fee covers breakfast, lunch, and a packed day of workshops, fellowship and learning. $50 Early Bird Registration (ends 3/14/15) $55 General Registration (ends 3/27/15) $60 Walk-in Registration (day of conference, 3/28/15)   Select from 16 workshops and 10 discussion panels presented by NYC classroom teachers. These hands on, experiential sessions are guaranteed to provide relevant strategies that will inform your classroom practice.  You will engage in examples of both theory and practice and emerge with strategies that you can immediately bring to your classroom and your students.  We offer workshops and panel sessions that are appropriate for teachers of grades preK-16 and of all content areas. This year's keynote address will be given by poet Taylor Mali.  Well-known from the slam poet movement, Taylor Mali is not only a dynamic poet and speaker, he is also an advocate for the value of teaching and teachers, having spent nine years in the classroom.  He has won numerous awards for his poetry and has served as the president of Poetry Slam, Inc.  His most famous poem, What Teachers Make, is a viral sensation that frequently makes the rounds on social media.  The Hummingbird Review states:  "Taylor reminds us that poetry is about the spoken word and about seeking to understand.  He also ties it directly into the educational process, traveling to schools constantly to hold talks and writing classes that are much different than any of us remembers."     This event will be photographed.  By registering for this event, you grant permission for the NYCWP to publish photography that may include your image in promotional materials.  Session I: Workshops 1.)  Animated Introductions for ELLs, Louise Bauso (Cobble Hill School for American Studies) (HS ELA, STEM, Arts, ESL) We will have participants create quick versions of an introductory project that Louise does with her ELL students to introduce themselves on Youth Voices. We will create a Powtoon animation that conveys aspects of our identities through text and images. Participants will gain an understanding of missions on Youth Voices.  2.)  Image Inquiry and Multiple Entry Points to Critical Thinking in the Social Studies Classroom, Dan Cassidy and Ryan Bartley (Richard R. Green High School of Teaching) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies) Students can enter into historical thinking that invites interpretation, evaluation and creativity by using visual literacy tools, varied materials and interactive scenarios. Come explore and experience with us how we provide access to both historical content and critical thinking so every student can engage with history critically and creatively.   3.)  We Need to Talk about Louis, Christian Clarke (Brooklyn Technical High School) (ES / MS / HS ELA, Social Studies) Do you wish you could find more space for creative writing in your densely packed curriculum? Well, now you can. Louis can help. Louis is the name of a student-generated fictional character that can be used as a fun, engaging educational tool to teach a wide range of English Language skills and content.  4.)  Boy-Friendly Writing Strategies are Cool!, Todd Feltman (CFN Network 406 Instructional Coach) (ES / MS ELA) During this workshop, participants will learn effective instructional strategies to engage boys in writing. A close read, strategy sharing and an opportunity to complete an action plan will be a part of this workshop. Participants will leave empowered to support their boy writers and girl writers.   5.)  Outgrowing the Essay: ELL Strategies for Honoring Personal Voice through Authentic Writing in Content Areas, Meredith Klein (International High School at Union Square) (HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, ESL) Do you ever feel like five paragraphs just aren't enough? As English Language Learners' learning processes and projects become more sophisticated and authentic, they are prepared for writing in content areas.  This workshop will present strategies for teachers of all content areas to engage advanced ELLs with content-specific academic writing.  6.)  Theme Not Theme, Stephen May (East Brooklyn Community High School) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts) In this lesson, participants will use Sondra Perls recursive felt sense process to locate and discern theme, which has been defined in myriad ways but is best seen as the main idea or lesson of a work of literature or art (or film or theater, etc.)   7.)  Using Interactive Student Notebooks to Increase Participation and Engagement in Mixed-level Classes, Jocelyn Meermans (Richard R. Green High School of Teaching) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, Arts) While a model classroom might have all students performing at grade level, this isnt often reality. Instead, teachers are challenged to engage students of different levels, learning styles, and varied academic backgrounds. Interactive student notebooks with multiple entry points help accommodate diverse learners. Workshop attendees will learn how to create interactive notebooks, and participate in activities designed to encourage engagement by embedding multiple access points within lessons.   8.)  Close Reading Takes on a New Dimension, Ann Neary and Gregory Castro (DeWitt Clinton High School) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, Arts) We ask students to read closely to deepen understanding. But how much do they notice? During this interactive workshop, participants will create a Body Biography using the skills of close reading, annotation, collaboration and creativity to make meaning of the characters influence on the work as a whole.  9.)  Whos Driving This Thing?: Exploration of Story through Twists on the Story Plot Map, Rachel Piven (Westchester Day School) (MS / HS ELA) Through this sequence of small group discussion, individual journaling, and visual mapping, we will explore the synergy of plot and character development. Where do they parallel? Where do they diverge? Why? And what can we learn from an attempt to answer these questions?  10.)  Coding Fractured Fairy Tales, Shantanu Saha (The Baccalaureate School for Global Education) (ES / MS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, The Arts) Explore a new way to create narratives! We will use Scratch, to code our own interactive stories and share our creations with others on Youth Voices. Like the 7th Graders in Shantanus technology classes at BSGE, we will create an interactive ethical story, a story that teaches a lesson.  11.)  Literacy to Life: Playwriting and the Common Core, Aliza Sarian (Salk School of Science) (MS / HS ELA, Arts, Special Education) Recent studies show that playwriting activates three kinds of thinking in students: creative, analytical and practical. In this workshop, participants will experience how simple playwriting activities can serve as writing tools to ignite a student's ability to generate ideas, explore characters more deeply, and find passion in the revision process.  12.)  Poetic Portraits: Strengthening Literacy through the Arts, Emily Scibilia (International High School of Health Sciences) (ES / MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, The Arts, Physical Education, ESL) This workshop explores the powerful relationship between visual arts and language development, specifically, how methods in art-making serve as an entry point for classroom conversations, activities, and writing exercises that enhance literacy skills. Exploring universal, cultural, and personal associations with color, participants engage in creative writing exercises.   13.)  Literary Conversation: Five Easy Steps, Marta Stewart (PS 20 - Anna Silver) (ES / MS ELA) See the magic happen! In this workshop, teachers will experience supporting students in having literary conversations. They will utilize five components to prepare them to launch this practice in their classrooms immediately: Routines; Teacher role; Collect and extend ideas; Assessment; Extend conversations to other content areas.  14.)  "Jedi Masters in the Classroom": Developing Self-Regulated Student Discussions Through Literature Circles, Douglas White (Bronx Early College Academy) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, Arts) Please join us to experience a Literature Circles discussion protocol and evaluate the merits of role-based discussions and self-regulation strategies for students. Together, we will examine how the protocol can be used as a foundation for analyzing informative and literary texts in multiple subjects and can be used as formative and summative assessments.  15.)  A Picture, a Discussion and a Story, Luyun Zhang (PS 20 - Anna Silver) (ES ELA, ESL) How can students build critical thinking skills through storytelling? We stimulate students imaginations by providing pictures as writing prompts and discussing them. I will show students work to highlight their thought processes and demonstrate visual thinking strategies that facilitate discussions to promote students writing.   16.)  Writing from Multiple Entry Points, Min Zhao (Lower East Side Prep High School) (ES / MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, ESL, Special Education) There is a huge ability gap in my classroom and I feel that I cant reach all of my students. Sound familiar? This might be true for all teachers, but it is especially true for NYC teachers whose classes are composed of gifted and talented students, along with English Language Learners and struggling learners. This presentation provides you with strategies to design and scaffold differentiated and rigorous writing projects for English language learners and struggling writers.   Session II: Panels 1.)  Youth Voices Inquiry Project, Panel Chair: Paul Allison (New Directions Secondary School) (ES / MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts, ESL, Special Education) Participants will be asked write a comment to one discussion post printed from Youth Voices, using a commenting guide. Then we will talk about how we use Youth Voices to connect with each other across schools creating narratives and poems, writing academic arguments, and conducting inquiry or research projects.  2.)  Bronxloaf Writers' Conference for Teen Writers, Panel Chair: Christian Clarke (Brooklyn Technical High School) (HS ELA, Arts) Our panel will present Bronx Loaf, an up-and-coming, innovative writers' conference that is open to teen writers from all educational backgrounds (public, private, charter schools).  We will discuss three topics: the history and mission of Bronx Loaf; the inner workings of the actual conference; and publishing our anthology of student work, Breaking Bread.  Last but not least, we will show you how to get your students involved!  3.)  Composing Professional Partnerships: A Space for Dialogue Across the Professional Continuum, Panel Chair: Susan DElia (Ridgewood Public Schools) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts, Physical Education, ESL, Special Education) In this panel session, both veteran and new teachers will have the opportunity to explore ideas surrounding mentoring, identity, teaching philosophy, providing and receiving feedback, and the student teaching experience. This enthusiastic panel is sure to spark or renew your passion for working collaboratively with colleagues.  4.)  Journal Writing Across the Curriculum, Panel Chair: Michele Hamilton (International High School at Lafayette) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts, ESL, Special Eudcation) Get (and share) ideas about using journal-writing in different ways for different purposes. Teachers from International High School at Lafayette will share how they use creative point-of-view writing as a bridge to formal writing, personal response to observation in science, and writing to understand complex math problems.  5.)  Re:Creation- Close Reading and Creative Response Through Commentary and Literary Play, Panel Chair: Elizabeth Healy (LaGuardia Arts HS) (HS ELA, Arts) Join us in remixing Kate Chopins The Story of an Hour. Participants will explore methods for engagement including performance, writing, and multimedia that inspire students to critically read and creatively access canonical texts. The workshop will culminate in the creation of an online publication showcasing participants creative commentaries.    6.)  Intensives: The Role of Time, Space and Experts in the Classroom, Panel Chair: Christy Kingham (The Young Womens Leadership School of Astoria) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts) How can we rethink time and space in our school to provide students with a chance to dive into one particular project that spans many skills? Join us to learn about our solution and brainstorm ways to utilize field trips and experts in various fields.    7.)  Soaring into Inquiry: Setting up a Student Centered Classroom, Panel Chair: Marina Lombardo (PS 94 Kings College School) (ES ELA, Social Studies, STEM, Arts, ESL, Special Education) Come fly with us as we tell the story of how teachers worked together with one goal in mind: shifting the classroom into a space that nurtured inquiry based learning. Participants will "take off" with us as we engage in a strategy that helped peak students' interests and motivated them to create groups based on similar interests. Participants will have an opportunity to try out this strategy so that they can meet other teachers who share similar thoughts and create professional communities surrounding inquiry that will lead to new destinations.    8.)  Teaching Students to Write Arguments in Science: Learning from Collaboration, Panel Chair: Pam Meyer (Herbert H. Lehman High School, with Panelists from MS 324) (MS / HS ELA, STEM) NYC middle-school science teachers and coaches discuss how teacher collaboration affects student learning. A NYCWP/NWP SEED grant connects us with a national community of science teachers. We have been inspired by teaching students to write about things like life on other planets and why an orange folder isnt really orange.  9.)  Nurturing Difficult Dialogues: Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Other Current Events in the High School Classroom, Panel Chair: Rob Ponce (Richard R. Green High School of Teaching) (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies) Come join in a conversation with three different educators who sought to open up spaces that nurtured thoughtful dialogue regarding the recent deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. How can we respond as a school community using historical context and critical thinking to wrestle with these charged current events?  10.)  Rethinking Literacy Instruction for ELLs: Meeting the Challenges of Language Diversity Across Content Areas, Panel Chair: Priscilla Thomas (MS / HS ELA, Social Studies, STEM, ESL) Five teachers (MS/HS) of emergent bilinguals invite participants to examine the challenges of teaching ELLs. Presenters will share their rethinking of literacy instruction for this growing population, and facilitate roundtables to provide attendees with strategies that ESL and ELA teachers can use to support the success of their emergent bilingual students.      Discuss Teacher to Teacher on social media using #T2T15 Don't forget to download the FREE conference app at http://my.yapp.us/R5HX7R for all the information you need in advance of and the day of Teacher to Teacher!

250 Bedford Park Boulevard
New York, NY 10468

»Hands On History At Yankee Stadium

March 28, 2015

1 East 6st Street
New York, NY 10451

»Mls (Soccer): New York City FC vs Sporting Kansas City

March 28, 2015 3:30 PM

Sporting Kansas City is a professional soccer team that plays in the EasternConferenceof Major League Soccer. Founded in 1995, the team wasoriginallycalled the Wizards, but changed its name in 2010 to coincide with its move to its new stadium, Sporting Park. After having one of its best seasons in 2000, the team was able to win the MLS Cup as well as the MLS Supporters' Shield that year.

1 East 6st Street
New York, NY 10451
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