Teaching English in Early Childhood

EDLAB Admin · June 22, 2022

Short description:

This course is tailored to develop the participant’s understanding of what happens in classrooms where children are being taught English as a second language. It will offer teachers and parents a coherent theoretical framework and practical strategies to structure children’s language learning.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

● Understand the benefits of teaching children English as a second language

● Explore the concept of language accusation and learning through play

● Explain the domains of holistic development in early childhood

● Apply the theory of multiple intelligence and blend it with language lessons

● Unbox strategies for effectively talking to young children in English

● Utilize student observations to make anecdotal notes

About Instructor :  Mona Jalees has been associated with the field of education since 15 years. Currently she is working as a Principal in a reputable educational institute and as a freelance Curriculum Developer for schools. She conducts online and on-site sessions, is associated as a Facilitator with different organizations ie Noor-ul-Huda Foundation & PEDA, and Project Lead at Taleemi Hub. She has a vast experience in EY curriculum designing, School Improvement Plan and in dealing with students with learning disorders. Mona is also working as a storyteller in collaboration with Chughtai Lab Education Services and Alif Laila bus society.

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Course Includes

  • 17 Lessons
  • 4 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate