A course to help you help your students with reading

As mentioned in previous posts, the school I currently work at introduced a new product last year which streamed young learners by age opposed to level. This means that in one classroom you can end up having a wide range of levels in skills (speaking, reading, listening, writing) and systems (vocabulary, discourse, grammar, phonology). Students …

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Experimenting with Pronunciation

For the Reflection and Action (RA) stages which are part of the Professional Development Assignment (PDA) a DELTA candidate has to decide on parts of their development they want to focus on. This all starts on the DELTA Orientation course and can be teaching skills you want to improve or things you would like to explore. …

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Six ways to use music in the young learner classroom

During the YL extension to the CELTA I learned an infinite amount of things but one thing that stuck with me and  I really wanted to experiment with was the use of music in the YL classroom. For those of you who aren't familiar with this course (soon to be discontinued - December 2016) it …

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