ESL Strategies Course Offered
Instructor Inna Wolfson, who has worked with ESL learners and educators in various settings for almost 30 years, will direct participants in the course designed to offer the skills of effective teaching to English language learners.
Participants will learn the basics of second language acquisition and factors that affect it. They will explore the cultural and educational background of ESL learners and learn about the various teaching models that benefit both native and non-native speakers. The course also offers new ways to collaborate among ESL teachers, to practice proven strategies that combine the best teaching in the content field and apply these skills to lesson plans.
Conveniently delivered and always available, these one-credit classes are designed to be easier for educators to access professional development opportunities. Classes are developed and taught by experienced teachers, faculty and administrators and are offered throughout the year. Each class can be completed in just six weeks, and all participants pay Wisconsin resident tuition.
Tuesday, 22-Jun-2010 16:21:25 Central Daylight Time
University of Wisconsin - River Falls