How do you teach a learner the alphabet and the sounds of the letters when they don’t speak a word of English? How do you communicate with them when you don’t speak or understand their language?
Teaching lower level or literacy learners can be challenging and sometimes daunting. Traditional resources often are too high for them and teachers spend more time creating or looking for usable resources.
The presenter will share best practices and tips for teaching lower level/literacy learners that remove some of the challenge and stress.
The key points to be covered in this webinar are:
There will be a handout with the tips, best practices, and resources.
Webinar Type: Teaching Best Practices
Categories: Grammar, Lesson Planning/Ideas, Listening, Literacy, Online Teaching/Learning, Pronunciation, Reading, Writing
Teaching Sectors: Adult ESL (credit), LINC, OSLT/ELT
Participant Level: No previous knowledge required
Rachel Fourny (she/her) has 20+ years combined in teaching, including ESL and FSL. A certified language assessor, she has taught in both the LINC and ESL programs and served as a team lead. She is also a certified PD Partner. She holds a B.Ed. from the University of Ottawa, a B.A. from Andrews University, as well as a CERTESL from the University of Saskatchewan and an i-to-i TEFL certificate from the United Kingdom.
* 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.