Oral Practice: Maximize Live Instruction Time with Sentence Frames
Live instruction delivered face-to-face in person or through video conferencing is the best way for your students to practice their language skills with you and their peers. Direct instruction focusing on language forms and functions is an important bridge to literacy.
Ballard & Tighe Educational Consultant, Brenda Rosas, will demonstrate strategies to facilitate speaking and listening practice — whether in person or remotely — for newcomers through advanced English learners.
Choose a date:
Friday, October 23, 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. ET / 9:00 – 9:30 a.m. PT
On-Demand Webinar PD Series
Get ready for your English learners (ELs) to return to learning — no matter where it’s taking place. Learn instructional best practices and get actionable teaching tips you can implement in your classroom right away to start making up lost instruction and keep language proficiency progressing.
In the Series
A Hybrid Approach to Teaching Young English Learners
Whether you are teaching in-person or remotely this fall, young English learners need direct instruction – a critical component to building language proficiency. In this one-hour webinar, Ballard & Tighe Educational Consultant Brenda Rosas and her guest, Early Childhood teacher, Megan Ha, will provide ideas and examples of how you can support young English learners in school or at home.
Strategies for a Hybrid Approach to Teaching English Learners
Explore a variety of resources and activities to support ELs’ language acquisition practice and continue direct teaching even if learning transitions to students’ homes.
Speak to Write (K-12): Activities that Promote Speaking & Writing Fluency
Learn different interactive activities appropriate for all levels of ELs, from newcomers at the word/phrase level to more advanced students at the story/essay level.
Integrated Skills: Grammar NOT in Isolation
Discover different ways to teach grammar that all take an integrated skills approach. This webinar focuses on grammar at every stage.