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Supporting Multilingual Children in The Classroom - September 6th @ 3.30pm
DATE: September 6th
TIME: 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Topic 1 Supporting Multilingual Children in The Classroom

Learning Intentions:

Participants will understand the language development pathways for multilingual children
Participants will appreciate the importance of supporting home languages
Participants will learn strategies for supporting multilingual children's language development

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Sep 6, 2021 03:30 PM in Dublin

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Dr. Mary-Pat O'Malley Keighran
B.Sc., M.LITT, Ph.D
I’m a lecturer, author, researcher, & lover of all things to do with speech, language, & communication. I have over 20 years’ experience of working with families & 14 years’ experience teaching in university. I have done extensive research in communication: parents’ experiences of speech & language therapy, how newspapers tell stories about adults with communication problems, how midwives & pregnant women talk to each other during hospital visits, & more. I’m passionate about humanizing the health care & education systems by showcasing the importance of how we say what we say. I’m also passionate about understanding children’s perspectives in communication with adults so that we can communicate more compassionately with them. I’m currently a lecturer in speech & language therapy at NUI Galway on the lovely west coast of Ireland.