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Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Teaching Spanish as <b...
Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Background<br />Formal and non formal educationAddressed to people over ...
Legal Background<br />-Ley Orgánica 2/2006, de 3 de mayo, de Educación : El alumnado que se incorpore tardíamente al siste...
Título III de la Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo de 1990 (LOGSE) </li></ul> - Chapter XII “Libro ...
Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Profile of the immigrant in Spain <br /><ul><li> Men (55%) - Between 25 ...
 Due to the great mobility among the immigrants, the   </li></ul>  rate of drops out is rather high. <br /><ul><li> 2 diff...
Educated ( 29 % with higher studies)
Non educated</li></ul>-Different levels of knowledge of the language<br /><ul><li> Methodologically these courses are focu...
 To get a better job
 Better social conditions - Political reasons
 Religious reasons
To join the family
 Others (climate, education options…)</li></li></ul><li>Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Spanish adult Le...
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  1. 1. Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Teaching Spanish as <br />2nd language <br />to immigrant adults in Navarre<br />State of the art<br />
  2. 2. Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Background<br />Formal and non formal educationAddressed to people over 18Education law supports adult educationAims at providing knowledge and skills for the personal and professional lifeIntend to avoid situations of risk ( social exclusion,…)<br />
  3. 3. Legal Background<br />-Ley Orgánica 2/2006, de 3 de mayo, de Educación : El alumnado que se incorpore tardíamente al sistema educativo por proceder de otros países o por cualquier otro motivo y que requiera una atención diferente a la ordinaria <br /><ul><li>Ley de extranjería: Guarantees education for “Regular (Legal)” immigrants
  4. 4. Título III de la Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo de 1990 (LOGSE) </li></ul> - Chapter XII “Libro Blanco de Educación de Adultos “<br />
  5. 5. Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Profile of the immigrant in Spain <br /><ul><li> Men (55%) - Between 25 and 44 - Single ( or has come alone)- Construction worker
  6. 6. Due to the great mobility among the immigrants, the </li></ul> rate of drops out is rather high. <br /><ul><li> 2 different profiles:
  7. 7. Educated ( 29 % with higher studies)
  8. 8. Non educated</li></ul>-Different levels of knowledge of the language<br /><ul><li> Methodologically these courses are focused on the communicative skills which can help them in their daily life.</li></li></ul><li>Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Reasons for coming to Spain<br /><ul><li> To look for a job
  9. 9. To get a better job
  10. 10. Better social conditions - Political reasons
  11. 11. Religious reasons
  12. 12. To join the family
  13. 13. Others (climate, education options…)</li></li></ul><li>Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />Spanish adult Learner profile<br /><ul><li> Need to work - Needs to get the Driving Licence - See it as a way of getting integrated in society
  14. 14. Needs it for the day to day life ( read press, get certificates, grants, bank statements….)
  15. 15. A way to access formal education
  16. 16. Men ( 55%)
  17. 17. 70 % of immigrants taking a course
  18. 18. Morocco, Algeria, Bulgaria, Senegal, Ukraine</li></li></ul><li>Objectives of the literacy courses<br />Recognize the alphabet, both in capital and small letters and in different writing. They should be able to compare other alphabet systems.<br />Recognize, reproduce and spell their own name and surname.<br />Recognize and reproduce other personal data (address, nationality, date of birth, etc.) as a first contact with the writing.<br />Discover, starting from the analysis of words already known, the mechanism of our alphabet: word / syllable / sound and correspondence to their own language transcription.<br />Know and use the elementary rules of converting written symbols and sound (use of vowels: c / qu, g / j / gu, h, r / rr, etc.).<br />Start reading and writing the most useful and usual words and sentences , as well as short texts.<br />
  19. 19. Institutions providing ELE2<br /><ul><li>Ministry of Education:
  20. 20. Education Department: Public Adult Education Centres (EPA / CEA)
  21. 21. Instituto Cervantes
  22. 22. Local Authorities
  23. 23. ONGs : Red Cross, Cáritas, ASTI
  24. 24. Trade Unions
  25. 25. Local associations:
  26. 26. Religious centres
  27. 27. Private Language Schools</li></li></ul><li>Centres of Education for Adults<br />Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />
  28. 28. Teacher profile<br />Primary teacher<br />Non specifically prepared to teach ELE<br />Some volunteer<br />Come from other teaching areas ( technical, geography, history)<br />Multiculturality is a must <br />
  29. 29. Data of Adult Education: Spanish<br />
  30. 30. Student Developement <br />Centro Navarro de Autoaprendizaje de Idiomas<br />
  31. 31. Process of integration into an ELE learning: Programme of Linguistic Immersion ( PIL) <br />Addressed to secondary students who have late joined the educative system and don’t know the language.<br />Once the student enrols the secondary centre, the teacher (or counselor) will carry out an initial assessment.<br />If after the assessment the school sees that the student needs to enter the programme, they contact the Multiculturality Section and once they agree, the student will start the programme.<br />The programme includes a 17 hour weekly support, divided in 3 sessions a week. during 4 months which can be renew once if the need stays on. <br />Know and get used to the elementary graphs and sounds ( vowels; c / qu, g / j / gu, h, r / rr, etc.).<br />Start reading and writing the most usual and useful words , and brief texts.<br />
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