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Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month (GRTHM) June 2010
June 2010 marks the third Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month. This annual event aims to celebrate the rich heritage, history and culture of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
Teachers TV Travellers in education : Inclusion
This 15 minute video showcases two grant- funded educational projects that were developed to encourage schools to become more inclusive environments for Traveller children.
The Walter Tull Story
Review of the biography of the life of Walter Tull; a dual heritage professional footballer and one of the first dual heritage infantry officers to serve in the British army, and website.
Scenario 12: Starting teaching practice in a school with high numbers of pupils with EAL.
This scenario addresses meeting the needs of pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and was specially commissioned for trainee teachers and school mentors.
Scenario 11: How do I meet the language needs of new arrivals?
This scenario addresses the language needs of new arrivals and was specially commissioned for trainee teachers and school mentors.
Developing Knowledge About Language (KAL) and Language Learning Strategies (LLS) with Primary ITT Students - Jean Conteh and Danny Gleisner (2009)
A set of resources with guidance notes and accompanying power point to help Primary ITT students develop their understanding of how children learn new languages (relevant to EAL learners and KS2 pupils learning MFL).
Ofsted orders schools to brush up their English teaching - The Guardian 19th June 2009
English teachers accused by Ofsted of giving up on white working-class boys who fall behind, as one-third of lessons judged not good enough.
Writing race: student constructions of racialised hierarchies - Clare Warner 2009
This study explored the way students constructed whiteness and non-whiteness in the short stories they submitted for coursework requirements in GCSE English literature.
ITE Session: Making refugee issues a core part of the curriculum - Greg Wallace (2009)
This session focuses on how one school, Woodberry Down Community Primary School, has sought to make refugee issues a core part of the curriculum.
REDCo - Religion, Education, Dialogue, Conflict
REDCo is a centre based at Warwick University funded by the European Commission Framework 6 Initiative. The centre targets mainly 14 –16 year olds and how teaching about religion in schools can promote dialogue and reduce conflict.
ICT and English as an Additional Language – NALDIC (2009)
NALDIC, the professional association of teachers of EAL has its own YouTube channel. It has made available on this channel a series of 10 Vodcasts to demonstrate innovative uses of ICT to support the teaching and learning of English as an additional language in the classroom.
Teachers TV ITE Lectures – Drama and English as an additional language
This programme shows how newly arrived Primary School children are learning English through drama and music in an after school setting.
English as an Additional Language – A Guide for Early Years Practitioners - Havering Under 5s EAL Working Party
A booklet of guidance for Early Years practitioners on how to support children learning English as an additional language and promote opportunities for them to express themselves and learn through their home language.
Young Bilingual Children Learning to Read with Dual Language Books, Raymonde Sneddon, 2008
A research study that explores how young bilingual children learn to be literate in the language of the home through reading dual language books with their mothers or their friends.
Managing Inclusion - Secondary - Including Refugee Children - Teachers TV (2008)
Teachers TV video of how a secondary school in East London with significant numbers of new arrivals, including refugee children, is working to ensure its focus on pupil inclusion is maintained.
Moving Here Website
Website that explores, records and illustrates why people came to England over the last 200 years and what their experiences were and continue to be.
Getting Started with Primary Languages: Advice, Support and Resources for a Multilingual Approach - J. Brown (2007)
Article looking at how government proposals to make languages part of the primary curriculum can have a positive impact across the whole curriculum.
Resources from Woodberry Down Community Primary School
Interactive website containing range of resources and children's work addressing diversity in the primary curriculum.
Website: Using and Researching Dual Language Books for Children
Website which provides a wide range of ideas and resources to encourage student teachers/trainee to use dual language books in the classroom.
Developing communication: parents, children and trainee teachers working on dual language materials - K. Kabra (2007)
PowerPoint presentation about a project in a multicultural infants’ school that involved trainee teachers working with children and their Turkish mothers to produce materials to support the children’s learning.
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