Helping the EAL Child in the Classroom - DEA 25147

DEA 25147 30 hours

Upcoming Classes

This course provides Educational Assistants with the theory behind and instructional techniques for working with students whose first language is not English or who require support in English language development. It will include an examination of principles and procedures for developing basic second language knowledge and skills, as well as theories of English language teaching.

Objectives

  • To develop practical knowledge for working with English-as-anadditional- language (EAL) students or with students who require support in English Language Development (ELD)

Outcomes

  • Understanding of the theory behind and instructional techniques for working with EAL students, or with students who require support in ELD
  • Knowledge about principles and procedures for developing basic second language knowledge and skills
  • Review of theories of English language teaching
Educational Assistant Diploma Program (Part-time)Educational Assistant Diploma Program (Full-time)
Upcoming Classes

Call (204) 982-6633 to register today!

DEA 25147 1702 Helping the EAL Child in the Classroom Instructor: Rebecca Perlmutter
Thu -
to (10 classes)
Room: 2BC50
$350

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