The Role of Error Correction in the English Language Classroom
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This informative workshop will provide you with the best ways to approach both written and spoken error correction in your language learning classroom. First, we will look at reasons for student errors and become more sensitive to why they are made by our English language learners.
We will also reflect upon our students first languages (mother tongues) and denote why they can become a source for difficulties in English language production.
We will see an example of student errors in writing and provide helpful ideas for giving feedback to students for both their written and spoken errors. We will focus on how you can get your students to notice their own errors and discuss the importance of fluency in a foreign language versus accuracy. Resources will also be made available.
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
Workshop Schedule & Sign Up
This workshop has the following session(s). You will receive an email notification on the day when the session becomes available. An additional reminder will be sent to you before the start of any live sessions you have registered for.
All sessions are recorded and made available for access later, allowing you to complete the workshop at your pleasure. The recording will be released within 7 working days of the live session.
|Live Session Registration Open||Live Session Date & Time*||Recording Available From|
|The Role of Error Correction in the English Language Classroom||25 Feb 2021||04 Mar 2021 | 15:00 (UK Time)||15 Mar 2021|
Sessions will become available based on the workshop schedule displayed above. When all Sessions are completed, you will be presented with a PDF certificate. Click on the links below to access the session content.
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I liked to know about the coding in error correction, in order to be effective, but at the same time not intimidating for our students.
Very useful workshop. It focused on the well-being of the student. Some errors need to be corrected, others can be left if that helps our students’ confidence.