How do you tell if an EAL pupil has Speech and Language Needs? Your job is not to diagnose, but it is to flag up problems. Of course, knowing what is a problem is more difficult with a pupil learning English as an Additional Language. Here is a brief overview of considerations when suspecting Speech […]
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Don’t blunder in with any old EAL resource. Learn what you need to support your students’ stage of language acquisition. There are a multitude of bilingual resources out there from translated welcome packs and English-language learning lessons to assessment criteria. What do you need? More importantly, where do you find it?
This article discusses semilingualism, SEN and EAL learners. It charts the journey through different differentiation strategies tried with one challenging EAL pupil.
Find out the three main principles behind differentiation for EAL and main stream curriculum areas. Here is a working example for Life Science and EAL pupils. Download free resources that go with this article.
How do you know if a student is SEN as well as EAL? What constitutes slow progress? Learn the hypothesis-testing approach that helps you decide and differentiate appropriately.
Try these quick tricks and top tips with your EAL pupils today. This top list of the most commonly used and effective strategies developed across all EAL teaching.
Don’t know where to begin with your EAL learners? Try these Top 9 strategies to today in your classroom.
Ofsted requires evidence that we activate prior skills and knowledge for EAL learners across the curriculum. This article outlines the main methods teachers need
to know for their EAL learners.