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Planning for and Instructing Multi level Classes Using the CLBs

Abstract: 
Planning for and Instructing Multilevel Classes Using the Canadian Language Benchmarks identifies four frameworks for selecting and adapting tasks, based on the CLBs; provides examples of multilevel tasks that correspond to the four frameworks; offers practical suggestions for grouping learners; and provides a sample multilevel lesson for learners at CLB levels 1, 3, and 5. This module was designed to meet a frequently expressed professional development need instruction identified in the Feasibility Study of a Professional Development Program for ESL Instructors of Adult Immigrants. The study was conducted in 2007-2008 with funding from Alberta Employment and Immigration.
Source/Producer: 
University of Alberta
Author: 
Marian Rossiter, Marilyn Abbott
Publish Date: 
2008
Keywords: 
Multi-level, tasks, differentiated instruction, tiered tasks
Funding Source: 
Alberta Employment & Immigration
Contact: 
Dr Marian Rossiter
Contact Email: 
marian.rossiter@ualberta.ca
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Multilevel_Classes.pptx2.88 MB
University of Alberta
Marian Rossiter, Marilyn Abbott
2008
Multi-level, tasks, differentiated instruction, tiered tasks
Alberta Employment & Immigration
Dr Marian Rossiter
marian.rossiter@ualberta.ca