Project ID - TIS001381
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

Irish Society's Primary School
COLERAINE
BT52 1JL

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Stephanie Conway

Student Skills

Student should have good communication skills, be enthusiastic and able to relate to young children. He/she should be responsible, flexible and able to follow instructions.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will develop spoken language skills. They will develop early reading and phonic skills and have confidence in reading.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Tutor will gain experience in working as part of a team. They will develop skills in working with young children and teaching reading and phonic skills.

Extra Information

Tutors will work under the guidance of teachers at all times. Activities for the children will be provided by the teachers.

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