This space is being created for English teachers to find resources for personal and professional growth in the field. Teachers may get tips to improve their linguistic competences, read digital magazines, articles, as well as material to be used in class. Topics are varied and teachers will select the information they find useful according to their interests and needs.
This guide supports English teachers in the process of implementing the new English syllabus.
Teachers will find recommendations for teaching phonemic awareness.
It also provides the scope and sequence with the distribution of goals, assessment strategies, themes, sentence frames, discourse markers, phonemic awareness, vocabulary and social language for every week.
Since teachers are the ones who know their students best, they may adapt the mediation strategies in the weekly lesson plans, so that they respond to the needs and context of their learners.
In the Action-Oriented Approach, the learner of a language is viewed as a member of society who has tasks to accomplish in a given set of circumstances, in a specific environment and within a particular field of action. Those tasks are set in a context that learners face in everyday life within domains and scenarios.
This module focuses on supporting English teachers in the process of understanding and implementing the new English syllabus. This document contains a range of resources and key elements to help English teachers understand the concepts and principles of the curricular English teaching and learning reform.
Teachers will find the scope and sequence with the distribution of goals, assessment strategies, themes, sentence frames, discourse markers, phonology, vocabulary and social language for every week.