Identifying and Connecting Parts of Speech Online (PD389)
- prepositions and
- Increased ability to explain how words work together
- The ability to use teaching tools that make grammar logical
- Confidence in establishing useful terms with students for feedback and discussion
- Open Learning self-paced platform (full instructions re how to log in and navigate given on registration)
- Video-recorded presentation for play and replay at your own pace
- Session slides pdf
- Helpful handout for notes and key points
- Worksheets to use with your students
- Access to the course and materials for six weeks once you log on
- Real-time moderation of questions and comments by Lyn and the Lifelong Literacy team
- A certificate for two hours of professional development
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