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Teaching Basic Literacy to ESOL Learners Course

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A course to develop the skills to support ESOL learners with basic literacy.

Teaching Basic Literacy to ESOL Learners

will enable you to…

  • assess and respond to your learners’ needs more easily
  • improve and learn practical teaching techniques for basic literacy
  • find classroom management and use of differentiation strategies easier
  • fulfil your CPD requirements

When does the course take place?

  • July 8th, 9th, 10th
  • 10 to 4pm

Where does the course take place?
Newcastle College
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE4 7JL

What are the entry criteria?

  • You need to be teaching ESOL in the post‐16 sector
  • You need to be teaching a group which included at least one learner with a basic level of literacy
  • You need to have an ESOL teaching qualification

How much does it cost?
£300

How do I apply?
For a booking form, please go to: www.lsbu.ac.uk/lluplus/docs/bookingforms/llucpd4.doc
For more information contact:
Rosa Allen on 020 7815 6435

 

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