A workshop which identifies and explores the differences between formal and community learning (Social Practice model) approaches to ESOL teaching.

This  workshop compares and contrasts the merits of each approach to ESOL provision. It considers course and lesson planning, content, delivery and learner aims and aspirations. It is aimed at ESOL practitioners, especially those who are coming to community based learning for the first time, with experience in a more formal, college setting, often with a prescribed curriculum.
Feedback;

“Enjoyed group work and learning from others’ experiences.”

“Very good workshop.  Interactive with good examples.  Good networking opportunity with other ESOL tutors, etc.

Outcome for Students