Engaging students with low level English skills
Every teacher has worked with learners who struggle with writing, reading and speaking English, and listening to spoken English. The struggle is as old as the education system. Today we know a great deal about lifting English skills with targeted support and sound teaching practice. We have the know-how to strengthen every students’ literacy skills.
Advice on improving students’ literacy can be overwhelming. Students with low level skills can be limited in confidence, skills and abilities to practically engage in the classroom. In this practical workshop we will explore ways of developing literacy skills and engaging learners. This workshop’s practical approach makes literacy know-how accessible and usable for teachers. We will draw on your experiences as a valuable literacy education resource.
of students at either Certificate 1 or Pre – Accredited, including Disability and EAL
Engaging learners with low level skills
Oracy as the start of literacy
Topics and activities that stimulate thinking and encourage participation
The key components of teaching literacy
Ways to get writing happening
Identifying and Measuring progress
Benefits of attending and learning outcomes:
A better understanding of the components of literacy
Techniques that will progress successful outcomes
Strategies to engage learners.
Problem solving in literacy learning
Learning from each other
Having fun while you learn!
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