This section focuses on language experience, an approach to literacy teaching which is quite well known in the field of ESOL.
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In this seminar given Pauline Moon focuses on language and literacy as social practice and discusses the need for contextualisation of learning to
Since learners bring different experiences and identities to the classroom, it follows that the same activities and strategies will not suit everyb
Adult ESOL learners come to the ESOL classroom as competent users of their own and often other languages. As ESOL teachers we may recognise our learners’ other languages as a relevant resource to draw upon, but we are also aware that our learning environments are places where the main focus is on developing our learners’ skills in English.
This is the third of three modules which provide an introduction to teaching ‘basic literacy’ to ESOL learners. The first one focused on starting points for working with learners with basic literacy needs, the second one focused on developing reading skills and this one focusses on developing writing skills.