Supporting EAL/D students from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds in primary and secondary classrooms

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 30/04/2019
3:45 pm - 5:30 pm

Location
Telethon Speech and Hearing Institute

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Brian Dare will be presenting an interactive professional learning session for primary and secondary teachers working with English as an Additional Language/Dialect

students. His presentation will focus on the importance of knowing the cultural and linguistic background of EAL/D students to assist them in learning across the curriculum.

This session is suitable for primary and secondary teachers working in mainstream classrooms as well as in Intensive English Centres.

You can view the flyer for the event here

Bio

Brian Dare is an international consultant in language and literacy. He and John Polias are the two international tutor trainers for and the writers of How Language Works (HLW); Teaching ESL Learners in Mainstream Classrooms: Language in Learning across the Curriculum (TESMC: LiLaC); Literacy for Learning (LfL); and Teaching Young Children in English in Multilingual Contexts (TYCEMC).

Bookings

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Non-WATESOL Members $25.00
WATESOL Members $10.00 N/A

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