The Stories of My Life: A Task-Based, Oral Narrative Lesson for Employment Purposes for Learners with Refugee Backgrounds
Keywords:task-based instruction, oral narratives, English as an additional language, learners with refugee backgrounds, lesson plan, English for employment purposes
This classroom practice oriented article provides the instructional framework and procedures for one of the sample field-tested lessons from the oral narrative units derived from the Syrian Learners of English for Employment in Canada (SLEEC) project (Huang, 2021, 2022). This sharing is intended to provide a ready-to-use lesson plan and materials for implementation in the classroom, as well as to inform the work of practitioners supporting learners with refugee experiences.
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