Project ID - TIS001281
To develop the spoken language skills of a group of newcomer children, through language games, stories and play activities.


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Project offered at

Drelincourt Infants School
ARMAGH
BT60 1EE

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Eileen Trew

Student Skills

A patient person who enjoys talking and listening to young children.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

I hope the children's confidence in oral communication will improve.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

I hope the tutor will gain an insight into the challenges facing our newcomer children and the skills necessary to help them develop their communication skills.

Extra Information

We have a high percentage of newcomer children in our small school with varying levels of ability in English.

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