NATECLA Webinar - Is right la - teaching local dialect in the ESOL classroom
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Title: Is right la - teaching local dialect in the ESOL classroom
Date: 12 February 2021
Time: 17:00 to 18:00
Presenters: Graeme Edwards and Jan Benz
Cost: NATECLA members £5, non-members £25
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Why teach dialects at Pre-Entry and Entry level?
This unique and interactive workshop will give participants the opportunity to explore:
• Reasons for teaching dialects at pre-entry and entry levels
• What topics to teach
• Approaches to teaching dialects.
Jan works for Liverpool Adult Learning Service teaching unemployed refugees and asylum seekers ESOL at pre-entry and Entry 1. He has over 20 years teaching experience and has previously been a manager and advanced lecturer in a large FE college. Jan has a firm commitment to teaching active citizenship and dialects to aid the integration of refugees into local communities.
Graeme has been working in FE since 2002 in a variety of roles and settings. He managed the ESOL provision in a large FE college and diversified the curriculum to adapt to changing funding priorities. Graeme has a passion for technology and its use in teaching English. He is currently back in the classroom teaching for Liverpool Adult Learning Service.
You can pay for membership at the same time to obtain the reduced webinar price. Alternatively, you can join NATECLA online here.
If you want to register multiple people or if you have any problems booking using the Findjoo booking system please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book and pay.
Date(s): 12 February 2021 to 12 February 2021
Time: 17:00 - 18:00
Price: £5 member, £25 non-member
Location: Online webinar
Main contact: Fatima Bibi