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ECIS ESLMT Conference Copenhagen (2-5 March, 2017)
"The Power of Multilingual Classrooms in International Education: Implications for Curriculum Design, Teaching and Learning" 
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Wendy Hannagan

Chadwick International
Elementary EAL Team Lead
Seoul, South Korea
Experienced EAL teacher from New Zealand. Working in an IB school of over 90% additional language learners but with little cultural diversity (majority Korean students). Lead a team of 6 EAL teachers. Use WIDA MODAL and WAPT, in conjunction with MAP testing and other classroom based assessments such as reading running records, to identify students with the lowest English proficiency levels. Base EAL lessons on the IBPYP language scope and sequence as well as WIDA Can Do Descriptors. Our programme model consists of pull-out and push-in. Collaborative planning sessions are scheduled weekly with the PYP coordinator, the grade level teachers and the EAL teacher all co-planning the Unit of Inquiry.
Thursday, March 2
 

08:30 CET

Differentiation Strategies for ESL Students (FULL - only for paid participants) Copenhagen International SchoolBeth Skelton

 
Friday, March 3
 

08:30 CET

10:45 CET

13:30 CET

15:00 CET

16:10 CET

 
Saturday, March 4
 

09:00 CET

10:45 CET

13:30 CET

15:00 CET

16:10 CET

18:30 CET

 
Sunday, March 5
 

09:00 CET

10:45 CET

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12:45 CET