Teaching Listening and Speaking Skills to Adult English Language LearnersSeptember 30, 2011 at 12:13 PM | Posted in AmeriCorps, ESOL, Tutoring, Volunteers | Leave a comment
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Teaching Listening and Speaking Skills to Adult English Language Learners October 28th; 9:00am-4:00pm
The goal of the workshop is to increase skills in teaching and assessing listening and speaking skills of those teaching adult English language learners. Workshop objectives for participants: At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:
- Recognize the purpose and underlying principles of five oral production and assessment techniques,
- Identify key steps in teaching oral skills,
- Adapt activities for multilevel classes,
- Describe performance and content standards,
- Identify characteristics of good assessments.
Important Note: In order to attend this workshop, you need to complete the From Intake to Achievement: Virginia Adult ESOL Content Standards Training Online. If you have not already taken this workshop, please sign up and complete it. You must have completed this prerequisite before you may enroll. Audience: ESOL Teachers of all language levels.
All registrations are done through ERO. To register for this training, go to: http://www.valrc.org/trainings/ero.html and log into ERO.
Click on the Course Catalog tab, and search for SRN: 2011102801
Registration ends: 10/24/2011 04:00 PMContact: Page Stirrup Email: email@example.com Phone #: 804-828-6521
-Erin Finn, Director of Classroom Programs