Strategies to Engage Students in the Language Classroom

Presented by: Rosaria Zarro


Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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This workshop presents different ideas for helping Language teachers to set up routines for the Language classroom where learning can be effective and enjoyable. The workshop will focus on the need for Language teachers to develop strategies which assist students in learning and remembering language by the use of routines, repackaging language and revision.

The workshop will include ready to use activities and templates that are easily established and effective in language learning but will also assist the teacher in classroom management and create a dynamic and engaging environment of learning. These strategies will provide a scaffold for meaningful and effective language learning.

The workshop is open to all languages as activities demonstrated will be discussed and workshopped so that teachers come away from the session with a real collection of ideas that they can use immediately back in the classroom.

Teachers will also reflect on the dynamics of their own classroom teaching and how these routines, repackaging and revision of language will facilitate their own teaching.

Event Details:

 

Friday 16th August, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)
 

Karstens Conference Centre
123 Queen Street, Melbourne 

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Target Audience: For Primary and Secondary Languages Teachers (P to 10)

  $279.00 + GST

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About the Presenter

Rosaria Zarro has been an educator for the past 18 years, including teaching Italian. Rosaria has delivered many innovative programs in the Italian language and culture at Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum and Scienceworks and more recently has coordinated and implemented programs and education resources at Museum Victoria in French, Spanish and Japanese. At Museo Italiano she has project-managed events, exhibitions, school and public programs. Rosaria has also run the MLTAV CLIL network for two years and has experience in the implementation of CLIL in the language classroom. Her expertise in language learning is vast and varied and she also contributed to language journals. She has a special interest in the use of technology in the classroom.

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