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Engaging and creative writing strategies for unmotivated EAL and ELICOS students!
National - Essential Series
Thu 25 May 2017, 9:00am to 10:00am EST

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TypeInformation Session
LevelEssential Series
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Student Engagement & Support
Duration1 Hour
LocationOnline and at your desk, National
Peer+ points0
Cost inc. GST (Members)$60
Cost inc. GST (Non-members)$88
Who should attend?
  • New VET Staff
  • Teachers
  • Administration Staff
  • Managers

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Writing is fun and essential for everyday life, further study and for work success! Yet too many EAL and ELICOS students do not want to write because they see writing as boring or too challenging. Some students are even embarrassed to write in English because it shows up their English language weaknesses. This webinar explores easy-to-implement and creative writing activities for English language classrooms. The activities are suitable for all student proficiency levels. The webinar teaches techniques that help motivate even the least confident student to write and to take the risk of putting their ideas down on paper in English.

Learning Outcomes
  • Implement a wide range of writing activities that support even the least confident of students
  • Implement writing activities across a wide genre to help students take pride in their written work
  • Motivate students to view writing in English as fun and engaging.
Facilitated by: Lana Harasymiv

Lana Harasymiv has worked in education for 25 years with most of that time spent in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) education, including 12 years teaching and managing TESOL programs in Japan. She has worked as Director of Studies of both VET and English programs and has extensive experience in preparing both VET and ELICOS courses for accreditation and additions to scope. She is also experienced in preparing RTOs for audits, including re-registration audits. She holds a Masters in Arts (TESOL) and two post-graduate diplomas in education. She is currently employed as the Director of Studies of English Programs, managing both ELICOS and EAL foundation skill programs.


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