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Saturday, May 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Workshop 2: Managing School Supported Self Taught Languages efficiently

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The target audience for this workshop is: Teachers, IB coordinators and school administrators.

The workshop will outline successful practices at UWCSEA (Dover) to support Mother Tongue development as part of the IB DP.
These include:
  • A syllabus outline including a two year-timetable
  • A description of classroom methodologies
  • A description of scaffolded inquiry-based learning in Language A
  • A description of the role of Language A tutors and tutor support
  • A discussion of financial costs
  • A summary of academic results
The workshop will also show how SSSTA courses can provide excellent opportunities to demonstrate IB Approaches to Teaching And Learning (ATL’s) in Language A:
  • Inquiry based Learning
  • Conceptual Understanding
  • Differentiation
  • Formative and Summative Assessment
The participants will then be invited to discuss the Approaches to Learning available to SSSTA students:
  • Communication skills
  • Research skills
  • Self-management skills
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Social skills
Finally the participants will consider the ethical and financial benefits for a school promoting a well-managed SSSTA Programme.

After attending your workshop, participants will...
  • Understand the benefits to students of providing School Supported Self-taught Language A courses.
  • Understand the wider potential educational, ethical and even financial benefits to a school community.

Speakers
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Kevin Morley

"I have been involved in multilingual education for over 35 years. Since 1996 I have successfully taught and administered the IB School Supported Self-taught A literature courses for up to 50 SSSTA students a year. In this time we have supported about 50 A languages. Our course allows students to collectively develop focused literary analysis and communication skills. SSSTA students receive regular feedback from Language A tutors. | | I am... Read More →



Saturday May 16, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Pablo Naruda Room Upstairs KM Library

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