How do you teach students who don’t speak or understand a word of English? What are some strategies for assessing lower-level learners? Sound familiar? Then this webinar is for you!
In this webinar, you will find the answers to these questions and so much more. This webinar is Part 2 of a webinar on teaching lower-level learners. Part 1 was held on Tutela on November 30, 2023 and can be found on Tutela under Past Events.
Part 2 will focus on general tips and best practices that can be incorporated in the classroom or will complement the practices already in use. Attendees will receive handouts.
In the context of the lower-level learning classroom, this webinar will focus on:
Webinar Type: Teaching Best Practices
Categories: Assessment, Classroom Management, Lesson Planning/Ideas, Online Teaching/Learning, Organization, PBLA
Teaching Sectors: Adult ESL (credit), College/University (EAP), Continuing Education/Adult ESL (non-credit), Elementary, LINC, OSLT/ELT, Secondary, Self-employed
Participant Level: All levels
Rachel Fourny is not new to TESL Ontario webinars. She is a conference and webinar repeat presenter and has also served as a moderator and moderator support. She shares her 20+ years of experience teaching ESL and FSL. She holds a B.A. from Andrews University, a B.Ed from the University of Ottawa, as well as OCELT and OCT certification.
* Members must be a member of the TESL Ontario group on Tutela.
Please note: TESL Canada and TESL Ontario are separate entities. Your TESL Canada membership does not include free access to TESL Ontario webinars. To learn more about TESL Ontario Standard Membership, please click HERE.