AMEF is pleased to partner with the MacEwan University School of Continuing Education English as an Additional Language (EAL) program in offering the Learn English Through Singing (LETS) course.
This innovative 11-week course uses the power of music and singing to help strengthen EAL (English as an Additional Language) students' English skills. In this fun weekly class, students sing simple contemporary pop songs together in English, learn how to pronounce each word correctly, work on English language skills, and learn the context and the idiomatic expressions expressed in each song. Participants do not need to have any experience, all are welcome. This course is offered in-person at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta and is included in the Pronunciation II Course (course #EOPT 61).
Songs can be used as a valuable teaching and learning tool. Using songs can help learners improve their listening skills and pronunciation; they can also be useful for teaching vocabulary and sentence structures (Worthington, 2011).
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A LICENCED LETS INSTRUCTOR?
INTERESTED IN OFFERING THIS INNOVATIVE PROGRAM?
We are in the process of offering certification to be a licenced LETS instructor and opening up opportunities to offer the course in your community. Come be a part of this innovative program! Stay tuned for more information.
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