Course Details

Inclusive Literacy Practice

ILP


Participants learn how to connect with and support young children and families with limited English in an out of home setting to help build their confidence, literacy skills and a strong sense of belonging.

Introduction:

Participants learn how to connect with and support young children and families with limited English in an out of home setting to help build their confidence, literacy skills and a strong sense of belonging.

Content will cover key principles to enable children to learning English

  • The child needs to understand what is going on

  • Honour and nurture the home language/culture

  • Learning is supported through safe, welcoming and inclusive practices

  • Support children to undertake self-directed play

  • Scaffold/support English language use

Target Audience:

Educators in preschool settings as part of Victorian School Readiness Funding

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn more about language and literacy development in the early years
  • Understand and plan for the needs of children, particularly those who speak other languages
  • Identify ideas and strategies for connecting with children/families and to provide literacy rich every day practices to support them

Learning Methods:

Online via Zoom. This is a live interactive workshop.

Program Benefits:

Content:

  • Each Participant receives an educators toolkit containing picture books and literacy resources.

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