25 No-preparation Literacy Activities on Demand

This professional learning event explores 25 no-preparation-needed activities teachers use every day to motivate and engage all students. This workshop also includes how to adapt and exploit authentic teaching resources in English, Humanities and Social Sciences, Languages, Arts and other curriculum areas.

This practical, hands-on workshop showcases 25 communicative activities that can be created and used on the spot, without any prior preparation. Activities are designed to be used in both primary and secondary schools across all curriculum areas, and cater for different student abilities,  whole classes, small groups and individuals.

In this workshop, teachers and education assistants will explore new ideas for innovative speaking and listening activities: including those which can be used as activities for ‘Warmers’, ‘Setting up’, ‘Review’, ‘Think Quick’ and ‘Fluency’ . Participants will experience as many of the hands-on activities as the two-hour session enables. The remainder of activities will be explained and how they can be adapted, before the session is concluded.

The strategies from this professional learning event can be used in your classroom or context tomorrow!

Registration and cost
Early bird $70 (register and pay before 20 March 2017)
Standard registration $85 (register after 20 March 2017)

Telethon Speech and Hearing, Bendat Community Centre – Board Room
36 Dobb Street, Wembley (free parking near Lake Monger)
Presenter – Maria Doyle

Maria Doyle has extensive experience in teaching, developing and managing courses.  Maria engages and inspires teachers and education assistants to create quality teaching and learning experiences that motivate students to enjoy learning. It is her life mission to take lack-lustre courses, lessons and presentations of this world – both virtual and live – and transform them into ‘it-changed-my-life’ experiences.

This Professional Development workshop is being run by Learnability. Click here to register.

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