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February 2020

VCE EAL Exam Webinar – Meet the Assessors

February 11 from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online Webinar
$20 – $40

Glynis Rose & Rosemary McLoughlin Tuesday 11 February, 4-5:30 pm, Online event In this session, Glynis and Rosemary will provide feedback on student performance in the 2019 VCE EAL exam, including analysis of student performance in each section and examples of student responses. There will be opportunities for you to ask questions and gain valuable insight into how the exam is assessed. They will also suggest ways to prepare students for the 2020 exam. Glynis Rose is the chief assessor…

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New to VCE EAL Presentation/Discussion Forum

February 17 from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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$10 – $20 40 tickets left

Julia Lippold, Rebecca Gillies & Debra Icely Monday 17 February, 5:00-630pm with pre-session exhibition viewing from 4pm The Immigration Museum, Melbourne *This session is aimed at teachers who have not taught VCE EAL before, however teachers in the early years of teaching VCE EAL are also welcome to attend.* Have you been allocated VCE EAL for the first time in 2020? Would you like some guidance and support from three experienced EAL teachers who have been in your shoes before?…

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Teaching Young Children English in Multilingual Contexts (TYCEMC)

February 20 from 9:00 am - May 28 from 4:45 pm
The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, 603-615 Queensberry St
North Melbourne, Victoria 3051 Australia
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$1400 4 tickets left

Teaching Young Children English in Multilingual Contexts (TYCEMC) Teaching EAL Students in Mainstream Classrooms (Foundation – Yr. 4) Facilitator: Margaret Nutbean Developed by: Lexis Education Many mainstream teachers are now primarily responsible for their EAL students’ English language development and academic instruction. Teachers need feel confident and empowered to meet all their students’ needs in their classroom knowing that EAL instructional strategies are good for all their students. Teaching young children in English in multilingual contexts (TYCEMC) is one of a…

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May 2020

Geelong Event – Differentiating for EAL Across the Curriculum

May 13 from 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
Bell Park North Primary School, 16-26 Barton Street
Bell Park, Victoria 3215 Australia
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$10 – $20 30 tickets left

Ruth Hibburt and Geelong English Language Centre teachers Wednesday May 13, 3:45-5:15pm Bell Park North Primary School Library This session is a practical workshop to assist teachers to modify programs and scaffold learning to assist EAL students to access the Victorian Curriculum across all subject areas. Participants will learn about engaging EAL learners, scaffolding essential vocabulary and making appropriate modifications to learning and assessment tasks. Participants are asked to bring in a work sample such as lesson plan, unit planner,…

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