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Noory Taha

Saturday 06 July 2024

About the webinar

This workshop will start by taking a look at teaching English inclusively which involves creating a learning environment that respects and values the diverse environment backgrounds, abilities, and needs of all the students.

The next stage of the workshop will be  demonstrating how to do curriculum differentiation linking support strategies to assessment strategies that are within the perimeter of all Department of education assessment policies.

Finally, we will discuss understanding challenging learners behavior preparation for multi level teaching. Creating a favorable psycho-social leaning environment.

This workshop will give you a practical idea to help you in planning a lesson plan that is inclusive, conducting inclusive lesson and setting assessments that are inclusive in teaching English as a first additional Language.

About the speaker

Khanyisa Praisis Makhubele is a young dianamic educator at Shapeve Primary School, Situated in the place of the raising sun(Mpumalanga). She holds a bachelor degree in social and health psychology majored in English, post graduate certificate in education and currently studying post graduate diploma in inclusive education. She is passionate about bring positive engagement and upliftment in education where by she was part of master trainers in the course of English on line teaching offered by department of education of south africa in collaboration with British counsel. She believe that if educator are given correct methods of teaching,they can tackle any challenges they face in their classrooms environment.


Saturday 6 July 2024


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60 minutes

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