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Using Il Ps Effectively In Esol Sessions 220609 Using Il Ps Effectively In Esol Sessions 220609 Presentation Transcript

  • Managing Personalised Learning in ESOL Sessions Mary Weir Chris Hooper
  • Aims
    • Understand the current expectations of personalised learning in ESOL
    • Explore the process of ILP writing
    • Explore strategies for incorporating personalised learning into group based teaching and learning
  • The Group v. Hyperdiversity
    • Group goals Interaction
    • Differentiation Personalised learning
  •  
  • Learning Journey ILP ILP ILP ILP ILP
  • Keighley Ofsted Report Feb 2008 (Grade 4)
    • Teaching and learning are inadequate.
    • In the majority of lessons, there is insufficient focus on the needs of the individual learner.
    • There is too much full group teaching during which individual learners make insufficient progress.
    • Assessment and the monitoring of learners’ progress are unsatisfactory.
    • Individual learning plans lack clear targets and often act as a record of teaching undertaken.
    • There is insufficient formative assessment for ESOL learners.
  • Keighley Ofsted Report Feb 2009 (Grade 2)
    • Teaching and learning is now good overall and there were no inadequate lessons observed by inspectors.
    • Most lessons are planned in detail and take into account the needs of individual students
    • The monitoring of students’ progress and the overall quality and use of individual learning plans have improved.
    • In many cases challenging and measurable learning targets are set for individual students.
    • The actions set to achieve these targets are appropriate and effective.
    • The progress made is reviewed regularly.
    • A few individual learning plans are insufficiently detailed and the recording of progress and setting of new targets are not sufficiently clear.
  • Structure for the rest of the session
    • Whole group – new ILP template
    • Small group activities – negotiating and writing ILPs
    • Coffee
    • Small group activities – planning sessions
    • Whole group plenary
  • The Process for Individuals
    • Screening and initial assessment
    • Diagnostic assessment
    • Approaching ILPs with learners
    • Writing SMART targets using learner friendly language
    • Case studies – making targets relevant to the learners’ interests
    • Audit of ILPs – Do they cut the mustard?
  • The lesson
    • Planning lessons for tutorials
    • Incorporating personalised learning into lessons and lesson plans
      • Entry 1
      • Entry 3
  • Lesson planning task
    • You will be given:
      • A scheme of work with a week highlighted
      • Information about some of the learners in the group
      • A blank lesson plan template
    • Work in groups:
      • Plan an hour of activities based on the information given in the scheme of work.
      • Identify points during the session where SOME of the individual goals could be addressed
      • Make the links between group content and needs of individuals clear on your lesson plan
  • Aims
    • Understand the current expectations of personalised learning in ESOL
    • Explore the process of ILP writing
    • Explore strategies for incorporating personalised learning into group based teaching and learning