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Definition of the term 'English as an Additional Language'
# Session notes to accompany Teachers TV videos. The videos and notes provide examples of teaching in the Early Years, in Primary and in Secondary schools.
This document provides guidance for subject leaders and classroom teachers on making the ICT curriculum accessible to learners of English as an additional language.
This series of documents provides guidance for subject leaders and classroom teachers on making the curriculum accessible to learners of English as an additional language in a range of subjects.
Guidance for student teachers on school experience and mentors in primary schools to address QTS Standards in relation to diversity and EAL.
Cross-phase collaborative group activity to explore and develop student teachers’/trainees’ understandings of EAL learners.
Small group activity which requires student teachers/trainees to consider lesson plans at different Key Stages, and to pick out features of effective practice for EAL learners.
Guidelines, strategies and selected materials from across the curriculum to support EAL pupils in secondary schools. Also applicable to primary phase.
The National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC)website is aimed at tutors new to Initial Teacher Education. It is funded by the Teacher Training Agency to provide information and support.
The NALDIC site brings together a range of articles and resources to support the teaching of pupils learning English as an additional language using ICT resources across the curriculum.
This section of the NALDIC website provides extensive information and guidance on identifying and meeting the Special Educational Needs of pupils learning English as an additional language.
Conference for new ITE professionals to develop and share understandings about preparing their students for teaching EAL learners in UK schools to meet the new standards.
Five tasks addressing the QTS diversity and EAL Standards in the primary phase. Enables students to plan, teach and assess pupils from minority ethnic groups and those with EAL.
This article provides information on the very wide range of backgrounds and experiences that EAL learners bring to the classroom.
# Teachers TV programme looks at how TAs at the school help to meet the needs of refugees and asylum seekers and their families.
# Brief article, based on research evidence, that argues for the distinct nature of the EAL learner's task.
An article based on research evidence that outlines the need for a distinctive pedagogy to meet the distinctive needs of EAL learners.
This document with advisory status is currently being recommended for curriculum based assessment of EAL learners in all stages of compulsory education.
This guidance document sets out DfES policy and recommended practice in relation to the assessment of pupils learning English as an additional language
The section on supporting bilingual learners provides a useful background on EAL
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