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"It has made me more aware of the difficulties faced by ESL students on a daily basis across the curriculum." Year 4 teacher, Lynne Cadenhead, Aberdeen
"Lots of ideas that should be encompassed in the whole school plan." Key Stage One Coordinator, Susan Hills, who has taught in Durham, Norfolk and North East Lincolnshire in both Independent & State schools
"It helped me to bridge the gap between two cultures." Teacher, British International School, Beijing, China
There are increasing numbers of children with little or no English entering English speaking mainstream lessons. This often leaves them with unique frustrations due to limited English language proficiency and disorientation. Teachers often feel unable to cater sufficiently for these new arrivals.
Teaching English as an Additional Language Ages 5-11 is designed to support every 5-11 year old child new to the English language who is beginning their education in an English speaking mainstream curriculum. It provides teachers with the tools needed to support young learners’ survival language needs and help them achieve a smooth transition into their new learning environment.
Packed full of advice, guidance, resources and support for teachers managing beginners to the English language in the mainstream English speaking school, it also includes:
The text offers expert guidance on:
This flexible and user-friendly resource can be used with the English National Curriculum, International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP), the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), and other English speaking curricula. It will be a must-have for all schools looking to support newly arrived children with speaking English as an additional language.
1. Acknowledgements 2. Introduction 3. Factors to consider when young learners acquire an additional language 4. Strategies to help new arrivals embrace their new cultural experience 5. Assessing the new arrival in their English language skills 6. Teaching beginners of English to use a second language writing system 7. Effective learning during survival language intervention sessions 8. Using effective language learning strategies 9. Managing new arrivals in the mainstream classroom 10. Resources to support new arrivals 11. Evaluating EAL provision for new arrivals and setting targets for whole school improvement 12. Appendix 13. Bibliography 14. Glossary 15. Index
EAL Resource Framework for Schools - EAL training for schools
EVOLVED FROM GOOD PRACTICE IN SCHOOLS
Developed from ‘Teaching English as an additional language 5-11: A whole school resource’ by Caroline Scott and sister books.
EAL 'TRAIN THE TRAINER'
English as an Additional Language (EAL) training, resources and manuals to train others in your school.
EAL FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT WHOLE SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
A consistent approach to EAL provision across the school. Providing resources to fit your needs.
TRAINING HOW TO TEACH OTHERS TO MANAGE DIFFERENTIATION IN CLASS
Tools to support language learning alongside curriculum content.
TRAINING HOW TO TEACH OTHERS TO SUPPORT THE TRANSITION OF NEW ARRIVALS IN THE MAINSTREAM
EAL Resources and procedures to adapt to your school context.
Additionally, the introduction of an aligned programme for EAL blended learning for learners in schools: www.learningvillage.net
For more information see: www.axcultures.com/framework