A four-part teacher training workshop
As teachers we continue to get the most growth and richest development when we are active members of a community of practice with other teachers, in which we can share ideas, tips, and strategies, as well as discuss some of the teaching challenges we face. In this four-part workshop, ‘Bridges’, we will further our learning work together with sessions on idioms, games, reaching different learning styles, and task-based instruction. The bridges we will build in these sessions between our shared knowledge and experiences will provide firm foundations for our students to traverse on their journeys towards ever greater English language communicative fluency.
Session 3: Reaching Different Learning Styles
Only by varying our instruction can we hope to engage and satisfy the variety of learning styles that our students bring into the classroom. In this session we will clarify seven different learning styles, and do a series of activities with adjective clauses in an effort to better understand how a single grammar point can be adapted to meet the communicative needs of our students within this broad range of learning styles.
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