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FREE Professional Development training – ESOL practitioners working with lower-level New to ESOL / ‘pre-entry’ learners.
Learning Unlimited have been in touch as they are offering FREE training for ESOL practitioners working with lower-level New to ESOL / ‘pre-entry’ learners. This is under their New to ESOL Project. They can tailor the training depending upon the attendees and the event timings can be anywhere between a half day (approx. 2.5 hours) and a full day (5 hours). To make sure that the format is correct to local practitioner/learner needs and interests a broad indicative ‘menu’ of topic choices or focuses which can combined to suit particular regional/local/practitioner concerns has been added below to highlight the topic areas that can be covered.
Learning Unlimited have the capacity to hold a few training days within the East Midlands up until the end of March so if anyone has a venue that can be used to hold this training, please do let me know.
This a great training opportunity for those involved in in pre-entry ESOL to gain further relationship and share practices along with gain further training and development .
If you are interested in either attending a training day and/or host a training day (either half or full) please be in touch.
Each of the ten sections contains between 1-2 hours of negotiable content: sections can be combined or adapted in any way to suit your local context.
|1||Starting Points||Where to startTypes of learnerDefining basic literacyLearners as a resource|
|2||The language experience and whole word approach||Key approach to teaching basic literacy|
|3||Teaching beginners||Teaching absolute beginnersDifferent types of beginnerExperiential learning|
|4||Language and literacy practices||What are ‘literacy practices’?Integrating the ‘4 skills’ Cultural and linguistic norms and expectations|
|5||Digital practices for basic literacy||Developing digital literacies/using digital technologyDigital writing vs handwritingDigital literacy practicesBring your own device approaches|
|6||Focus on reading||How people readReading acquisitionExperiential activity|
|7||Focus on Writing||Experiential activities (Greek writing) Handwriting and digital writingMotor skills|
|8||Phonics for ESOL||Types of phonic approachesUsing some of the phonics packDeveloping reading and phonic attack skills Integrating phonics|
|9||Localise it!||New to ESOL resources – making them locally relevantThe top tips|
|10||Participate!||Learners as curriculum designersCourse planningParticipating in society|