TLDC Workshops

Members of TLDC staff regularly conduct workshops for schools and other institutions.

Recent workshops have been in the following areas:

Course Design and Development

Planning courses tailored to the needs of specific groups of learners.


Grammar

Enhancing grammar content knowledge in line with the MOE EL Syllabus. 

Making links between grammar and writing in the EL classroom. 

Literacy Language

Infusing Literature in the English Language Classroom

Making links between grammar and writing in the EL classroom. 

Multi-media and Digitally Enabled Learning

Incorporating multimedia task-based projects, ICT and collaborative tools into teaching to support the development of language skills.

Sharing sessions on digital storytelling and online journalism as examples of multimedia task-based projects.

Pronunciation and Listening Skills

Pronunciation and integrating work on pronunciation into lessons (for EL teachers and teachers of other disciplines). Teaching Speaking and Listening Skills in the Secondary School Classrooms.

Reading

Reading and Viewing Rich Texts in the New Media Age.

Sharing sessions on digital storytelling and online journalism as examples of multimedia task-based projects.

Research and Information Literacy

Dealing with aspects of Research and Information Literacy necessary for Project work and similar assignments.

Supporting Students in Research

Workshops for teachers on facilitating student-led research projects.

Writing

Effective feedback and giving feedback on students’ writing.
The Importance of Revision in the English Language Writing Classrooms.