Maximising learning opportunities for new arrival EAL learners in mainstream lessons- Session 4: The great frustration: having ideas but lacking the means to express them
Other sessions in the series (reduced fee for booking all sessions-see booking form)
This series of online professional learning sessions introduces teachers and other educators into the pedagogy of EAL and illustrates how international new arrivals who are learners of English can access the curriculum in mainstream lessons.
In the introductory session we will look at the information about EAL learners that helps to meet their needs and at principles of good practice in the provision for EAL learners. The follow-up sessions will show examples of strategies, each focusing on a subject area and a particular aspect of developing English. Whilst it is recommended that every participant attends the introduction, the subsequent sessions can be booked according to what participants consider to be relevant for their subject area or teaching context.
Early bird bonus
Those who book the course early can influence the content and examples by stating at the point of registration which areas of the curriculum (e.g. a specific mathematical concept or a certain literary genre or text) they find particularly difficult for EAL learners or which questions they have or problems they face with regards to the provision for their EAL learners.
Individual sessions CLAS SLA schools can book as part of their SLA or at £30. £35 for all other schools, organisations and individuals
Full series of four sessions CLAS SLA schools can book as part of their SLA or at £100 for all four sessions. £120 for all four sessions for all other schools, organisations and individuals