Optimizing ESL Instructional Planning: Management, Monitoring, and Reflection, Session 1.
How do you plan instruction so that you are certain your English learnersí proficiency is increasing? This workshop presents an optimal process for English as a second language (ESL) instructional planning. The process uses three types of strategies: management, monitoring, and reflection. Backed by research, these strategies may be used with any proficiency level. Throughout the workshop, participants will explore ways to integrate these strategies into their courses and daily lessons.
GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
The goals of Session 1 are to (1) optimize instructional planning and introduce management, monitoring, and reflection; (2) share activities that incorporate these components into the English as a second language (ESL) course as a whole and into daily lessons; and (3) provide research that supports these activities as best practices.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: