Like many of us, I am home isolated with my family. While keeping safe, well and intensely appreciative of our key workers is top priority, this is also an opportunity to review my library of resources and refresh my knowledge. I have gathered together basic and advanced reads to help you come out of this […]
My Masters Dissertation – A short plain-language summary of my findings Why I did this study Heading a Speech and Language Resource Base at a large, multilingual London school, I noticed the high number of EAL children who were on the NHS caseload for Speech and Language Impairment (SLI). Looking through case notes, I noticed […]
The Top 5 Things to Think About When Approaching EAL Welcome to EAL Made Easy! Join our discussion of EAL pedagogy and all the sanity-saving snippets of wisdom, humour and awesome teaching collected in 18 years’ teaching in challenging schools! Read on…
Student D: Bright or Gifted? How you can tell and why it matters… A bright spark….how does the EAL team provide evidence that a new EAL child is gifted?