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Category: EAL

Maria’s Learning Journey

At PRACE we are fortunate to teach students from all walks of life and backgrounds and be part of their learning journeys, witnessing their skills and life opportunities grow.  We hope you enjoy Maria’s story as much as we enjoyed having …

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FREE Business Education Workshops with PRACE & Global Sisters

There is still time to enrol in these free business workshops, but be QUICK…  

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FREE BUSINESS EDUCATION WORKSHOPS with ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT

Supporting women to become financially independent and stand tall through business.  In partnership with Global Sisters PRACE will be providing English language support throughout a series of FREE business education workshops.  See more detail below.

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Seeking: EAL Manager

English as an Additional Language (EAL) Manager Position at PRACE Ongoing, full-time position Adult Education Officer 6 Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres Workplace Agreement 2016 Salary range is paid above AEO Officer 6 – $71,136 to $79,040 PRACE offers a commercially …

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Fun in CSWE 1

The CSWE 1 class at Merrilands are working towards achieving Module B Giving Personal Information and Module E Comprehending and participating in short conversations. Students enjoyed the chance to be someone else for a short time in class last week. Their teacher …

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Term 1 Morning Tea

Our Term 1 Morning Tea was all about Australia… amazing animals, beautiful landmarks, Indigenous painting and even the sounds of the bush. A great way to finish off the term. Enjoy the break.

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End-of-Term Australia Party

On Wednesday 29th March the Preliminary English class celebrated their end of course with an Australia theme party. Students learnt about the importance of dot paintings for Indigenous people. They then watched a You Tube clip showing an Aboriginal artist …

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Excursion to Poynton Nursery

The CSWE Level 4 class visited Poynton’s Nursery in Essendon last week. This class has recently taken responsibility for the garden at PRACE and as part of their class work they have been researching edible plants, exotic weeds which are …

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