Differentiating Instruction and Assessment to Support Middle Years and Secondary EAL Students
How do educators support middle years and secondary EAL students in developing English language proficiency at the same time as they are engaging with grade-level outcomes and expectations? How might middle years and secondary EAL students demonstrate their understanding of grade-level outcomes at their benchmark level? Participants will address these questions through experiential, collaborative learning experiences that take them ever deeper in their understanding of how to support the success of EAL students in their classes.
- Surface and address common misconceptions about second language acquisition.
- Investigate the potential uses of the Global Data Wall to support and guide work with EAL students.
- Practise using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) rubrics to determine students’ language proficiency levels.
- Identify the types of learning experiences and strategies that are most effective for EAL students.
Audience: Grade 7-12 educators.
1440 9th Avenue N
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