Planning for differentiation
The session will start by looking at some of the ways in which learners can differ from each other- needs interests and abilities. We will briefly consider the term ‘mixed ability’ and why differentiation is becoming more popular, and what exactly it means. We will then explore a range of strategies for differentiating by task, teaching method and outcome.
How to get students writing and loving it.
Teaching Advanced Learners and Language for the future are both available on the OUP site. You need to register for the Teachers’ Club (which is free) and you can then access the webinars in the archive.
A step in the ‘write’ direction: developing lower level learners’ IELTS writing skills.
For a lower level IELTS learner, the writing tasks can seem an insurmountable challenge. As well as lacking the necessary linguistic resources, they are also likely to be unfamiliar with the types of writing expected. In this session we will look at a selection of strategies and activities to lead learners, step by step, through the writing process. Examples will be taken from the new edition of IELTS Foundation.
Download this webinar free at http://www.macmillanenglish.com/webinar-archive/
Short video on using dictogloss on the ESOL Nexus website
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