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Who is SHELTA for?
Do you want to engage your Students?
Do you want them to enjoy the learning process?
Do you want them to improve their results in tests?
Do you want them to feel they are learning/improving?
Do you want them to become fluent?
Do you feel ready to change your approach?
If you answered yes to some of these questions, then this session is for you!
Who is SHELTA not for?
“ Get quick fixes" teachers who want to learn without doing any of the work themselves
Teachers who prefer little extra work.
Teachers who like traditional grammar lessons
Teachers who are not prepared to reflect on their work
Teachers who are not prepared to change their role in the classroom
Teachers who are not passionate about their job and their students’ progress
In response to many requests........
This presentation regards dyslexia not as a disability but as a specific need and a gift which requires certain interventions, affordances and differentiated activities based on multisensory education strategies. The condition will be defined, dissected and debugged so that teachers can re-assess their understanding and move on to reach out and engage their dyslexic students in reading, writing and studying in English. There will be some theory and lots of practical suggestions for teachers to become more confident in including these students in their regular practices in the English language classroom.
Date~Sunday, 4th April 2021 starting at 11am ART/3pm BST
New and different topics will be offered every first Sunday of every month.
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