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Correcting Oral Error

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Introduction


Making mistakes is a natural part of the process when learning something new, but if left unchecked, errors can continually reoccur and may eventually fossilized.

If students don’t even know they are making mistakes, they aren’t really being offered enough opportunities to learn, improve and fully develop their language & communication skills. Therefore, it’s really important that teachers pay proper attention to error, both oral and written. 

This is the first of two workshops dealing with error. In this one, we will help you think about where, when and why to correct learners’ oral errors. We’ll talk about how to identify which mistakes to pick up on and which to ignore and also offer tips and techniques for doing both delayed and immediate oral correction.

Presented by Susie BridgesCELTA Trainer, Former Academic Manager @British Council.

This Workshop is included with PRO Membership.


Preparing for the Workshop


Our Masterclass workshops are typically delivered in 90 mins.

At Gallery Teachers, we endorse the philosophy of building on your previous knowledge and experience as opposed to just imparting knowledge on you. 

Therefore, in order to prepare you for the webinar and help you activate what you already know about the topic, we will suggest two to four reflective questions for you to consider before you join the event.

You will also be given the opportunity to post your reflections, along with any questions you may already have at the pre-watching stage, to the discussion forum. 

The reflective questions, as well as ideas and shared experiences posted to the forum by attendees, will be used in the real-time Q&A session in order to generate an engaging and meaningful discussion, involving the presenter and teachers from around the world. 

After the event, the forum discussion will take on a life of its own and teachers will be encouraged to continue posting their experiences, reflections and questions related to the topic of the webinar. So, if you feel strongly about the topic, we will make it possible for you to take the discussion beyond the scheduled workshop and continue sharing your ideas with like-minded teachers and teacher trainers from other countries

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This workshop has the following session(s). When all Sessions are completed, you will be presented with a PDF certificate. Click on the link below to access the session content.

Correcting Oral Error

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Excellent! Thought-provoking, relevant, enormously helpful.

Rated 5 out of 5
10th December 2021

Susie was so engaging and inciteful. Thoroughly enjoyed this lively session in which she shared invaluable advice and gave practical tips on how and when to correct oral errors. Just so useful! Enjoyed the discussion afterwards, too – it was interesting hearing about other people’s experiences who were also attending the live session, and which error correction techniques work for them . I even felt comfortable enough to join in with the discussion – quite something for me as a newbie TEFL teacher! Thank you so much.

Nikki