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EAL (English as an Additional Language)

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EAL

  • NALDIC is the national subject association for English as an additional language.  They provide a welcoming, vibrant, professional forum - an excellent website: https://naldic.org.uk/
  • EAL teaching strategies: http://www.eal-teaching-strategies.com/
  • The British Council - EAL  Nexus: https://eal.britishcouncil.org/teachers/effective-teaching-eal-learners
  • This EAL Toolkit provides over 50 strategies for helping learners across the Key Stages who are learning English as an additional language. Each strategy is explained and accompanied by an illustration to aid memory. The strategies are non-subject and non-age specific. No more searching for EAL ideas now they are all in one place! Click here.
  • Another very useful Primary EAL toolkit/information - click here. This website includes information about how to support new arrivals, language acquisition, teaching strategies for KS1 and KS2, quick ideas, classroom activities, graphic organisers, barrier games and a classroom observation checklist.
  • SSF SCITT Trainees can also log onto Outset Teacher Education to access resources, training materials and an independent study taskbook.