The classroom may be the most central setting for students to learn how to communicate their own views and to listen to those of others. Individual students can ask questions, provide information, and indicate whether or not they comprehend in the classroom, all because of their speaking abilities. It is important for ELTs and other subject teachers to encourage students to make use of language in practical circumstances. This workshop will focus on encouraging children to speak sentences or appropriate sentence patterns rather than single words, enhancing the communication abilities of students.
When: 20 January 2023 (Friday)
Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Charges: Rs. 650 /-
- know the significance of speaking skills in language skills development
- learn to teach speaking in joyful ways
gain knowledge of developing speaking activities for the primary level
Workshop Leader: Ms Saira Shahab is a Ph.D. scholar from SEGI University, Malaysia. She has a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics-TESOL Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia, and another Master’s in Economics from the University of Karachi. She has also done an In-Service Certificate of English Language Teaching ICELT from the University of Cambridge, U.K. Along with her extensive work in educational development, gender-based educational and women empowerment programs are other areas in which her contributions have been substantial. She has written research papers on gender disparities, language development, non-formal education, and early childhood education in a span of a decade and still continues. She has developed language and literacy programs for learners of early years along with bi-scripted graded readers for struggling readers of the primary level.
Who Should Attend: Primary School Teachers
Medium of Instruction: English
Important Note: Participants will receive an E-Certificate