Innovative Teaching Methods and Modes of Delivery in English (Code: C1341)
Session will include a case study of the different delivery modes used at Weston college including a tour the alternative classroom, 1:1 intervention techniques, social enterprise and how to embed "lightbulb" moments in all lessons in regard to English. Specialists will share with practitioners key concepts on "talking for writing", "the art of Orase" and "communication games" to help improve teaching practices in the classroom. We will also focus on key agendas such as "reading for pleasure" and "no pens Wednesdays" to help build confidence towards English.
Who is this for?
Lecturers/teachers of English and maths, subject specialists
This webinar focuses on sharing good practice regarding how to provide appropriate English support for learners with additional needs who are on mainstream vocational provisions.
The session aims to support teachers and educators to explore innovative teaching methods and to reconsider "safe" and "traditional" teaching methods for English.
The aim is to improve the outcomes of learners with additional needs and to support educators to implement evidence-based research to support this.
All attendees will leave with an improved understanding of how creative restructures and curriculum design can lead to improved engagement, motivation and achievement in regard to English. Delegates will be able to share their own experiences and also identify some strategies to implement within their own organisations.
The outcomes of the course aims to:
- Develop practitioners understanding of how curriculum design and teaching methods can be adjusted to support improved English outcomes.
- Share examples of effective practice in terms of teaching and innovative resources to enhance a whole college approach to improving English skills
- Promote and share a body of valid and relevant evidence-based research to enable practitioners to plan for effective learning and delivery - case studies