This resource, used on the third day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a worksheet that complements the sample English grammar lesson plan given to participants. Included are exercises for teaching rules related to "used to”.
This chart, part of the Inspector Manual, analyzes the use of different activity formats as assessment tools. Included are summaries of the pros and cons of various activity formats for reading and listening, writing, speaking and language use. Discussion topics focus on activity formats that range from short answer and multiple choice to dictation and oral presentation.
This resource is a handout focusing on understanding the characteristics of competency based assessment. Included are writing exercises and questions about the qualities of competency based assessment, as well as a rubric for assessing the writing exercises. It is used on the fourth day of the Best Practices for Inspectors 2 course.
This slide presentation summarizes a report from the National Symposium on the Protection of Children from Economic Exploitation in the Parallel Market. Key themes include:
• delineating the negative effects of economic exploitation on the normal development of children;
• increasing and intensifying efforts to protect children from economic exploitation; and
• integrating and rehabilitating previously exploited children and adolescents.
This resource, used on the fourth day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is an article on language planning for teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) teacher or teacher supervisor. It discusses the importance of language planning and looks at ways activities can be used to adapt and supplement course books.