The National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC) have identified five principles of good practice in EAL teaching and learning (NALDIC 1999).
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This resource is to support teaching about motte and bailey castles, focusing on their strengths and weaknesses. It contains a PowerPoint presentation with images of castles, and teacher notes. The presentation includes various activities designed to encourage collaborative learning and give opportunities for exploratory talk.
In many primary schools there is an expectation that parents will share books with children from the very start of school in the reception class. With EAL learners it is important to liaise with parents to explain:
Various models of additional support for EAL learners, particularly beginners, are used in UK schools. These include:
This is an informative resource composed of a set of flashcards and worksheets that enhance comprehension and encourage independent learning through a variety of exercises. It benefits from a set of flashcards, on PowerPoint, which introduce the key vocabulary, and five worksheets which include different activities like a Venn diagram, cloze procedure, graphic organisers, true and false, and substitution tables.