A four-part teacher training workshop
As teachers we first and foremost need to know our students. Their interests, needs, goals, personalities, and learning styles are all of paramount importance for us to know if we are to be of any assistance in helping them improve their English language communication skills. But ultimately we also need to have a good grasp on the parts of speech of the English language if we hope to nurture nuanced understanding and fluent usage of them for our students. In this workshop we will take a closer look at modals, phrasal verbs, vocab strategies, and assessment, and reflect on how our teaching of certain parts of speech can be adapted to satisfy our students holistic learning needs.
Session 4: Assessment
Okay so we’ve given our students some new material to work with and they’re having a ball with it, participation is off the charts and smiles and goodwill abound. We want this. Things are going well. It’s an idyllically interactive language classroom. But we still need to assess their individual comprehension of and facility with this new material if we hope to be truly effective in helping to ‘make it stick.’ Here’s where our formative assessment tasks and rubrics come in, and here’s where we’ll be working on them together.
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Come to America House and chat with Philip Kopatz! Philip is a senior at Walsh University from Ohio, United States. He is majoring in history and psychology and plans on attending graduate school and eventually becoming a history professor.
A lawyer sees the chance to salvage his career and self-respect by taking a medical malpractice case to trial rather than settling.
This comedy-type-play performance, was created by some of the first-year students at V.O. Sukhomlynsky National University of Mykolaiv. The performance contains musical and singing scenes along with the dramatic performances from Sukhomlynsky National University students.
Turn up the music! Light the grills! It’s time for our most anticipated event of the year - U.S. Independence Day at America House! This year’s theme is “Independence Day Rock Out”!