Delivering a workshop at a national conference by Colette Butterworth & Sue Primrose This year the NATECLA (National Association for Teaching English and Other Community Languages to Adults) conference was held in Birmingham. This national, annual conference is a huge event that is held specifically for ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) practitioners. This […]
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Teaching basic literacy by Chloe Hynes In recent years we have become increasingly more concerned with social practice approaches to ELT (English Language Teaching) pedagogy as opposed to a focus on skills (a bottom up approach encouraged by Skills for Life strategy). In her workshop: ‘Teaching Basic Literacy Skills’, Anne-Margaret Smith (ELT Well) suggested […]
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