Literacy teaching approaches for multilingual learners in the early years and lower primary school setting

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This webinar is designed for teachers and educators in the early years and lower primary school setting. Participants will:

– Acquire a better understanding of the fundamental pedagogy of language acquisition for developing multilingual students.
– Gather practical ideas about how to plan, implement, evaluate and assess English language learning students.
– Incorporate CLIL approaches in whole-class teaching as well as in small group settings.
– Gain confidence in their ability to work with multilingual students to encourage the use of home language to scaffold English language learning.
– Access a bank of editable planning templates, assessment tools, support files and resource materials for use in the early years primary setting

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Date

06 Sep 2021
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Time

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost

€9.50
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Speaker

  • Annie Asgard
    Annie Asgard
    English Language Support Teacher

    Annie Asgard is an English Language Support Teacher in Claddagh National School in Galway City.
    She has been active in the area of English as an Additional Language teaching since 2006. She is currently
    an Assistant Principal II with responsibility for the English as a Language student cohort and is also the Equality and Diversity Liaison.
    Her mother tongue is Farsi and she learned English at school.