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Inclusive Practices and SEN
"Home": Reaching out to creativity

Many ELT materials are rich in visual images, and most teachers make use of some songs or roleplays in their lessons, offering some relief from the traditional book-based learning. How many of us, though, really scratch deeply enough below the surface to build our teaching around the use of creative arts in deeply meaningful learning activities?

The interactive sessions in our PCE all take a creative art form as a starting point and explore its application in the ELT classroom, considering how it can enhance inclusivity. We’ll be looking at ways of using music, drama and storytelling in the language classroom, so get ready to roll up your sleeves and start participating.

The central topic of the day is ‘home’: a topic which all learners can relate to, but also have very different views of. This range of experience will be explored and embraced in the three workshops and brought together in a performance with all participants. The day will also include time for the participants to talk about their own practice and share their experiences.

For more information about the workshop sessions, please visit the IP&SEN SIG website: https://ipsen.iatefl.org

Please note, this PCE will be held offsite at The Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Ln, Liverpool L1 3BT. Delegates will be required to register at the ACC before making their way to the PCE, click here for walking directions between the two venues. Lunch and refreshments will be available at the venue, for which there is a charge of £10.00, payable on the door. If you register for this event you will be sent a form to ask if you plan to purchase lunch onsite or bring your own.
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