English as an Additional Language
Supporting EAL Learners in the Teaching and Learning Environment
Supporting EAL Learners in the Teaching and Learning Environment is a one-day course to explore the issues relating to English as an Additional Language in the teaching and learning environment, specific barriers to learning subjects in English and looking at strategies to overcome such barriers.
This course is suitable for teachers of any level and subject, in addition to support workers and management, to gain insight into how to deal with the issues around EAL learners in classes. The course will encourage you to think about the wider issues that may affect learning, along with issues relating to specific subjects, and to explore effective teaching and learning strategies for EAL learners.
For a taster of what is in the course, see the YouTube video here.
“Strategies and resources to use with EAL pupils. Things I can implement every day … Was very informative and I feel more confident now. Thank you”
“Practical strategies. Sharing ideas … Thank you!”
“Practical ideas to use in class … Well delivered.”
“Strategies, practical ideas. Activities that can be recycled … Very helpful. Thank you.”
“Strategies to use. The knowledge that what I am doing is ok … It was really nice sharing ideas.”
Course feedback from the previously run Standards Unit Reboot
“… re-engaging with some fantastic materials …”
“Great discussions with other teachers from lots of different backgrounds … a wide variety of activities to explore.”
“I really enjoyed working, meeting and discussing with other maths teachers from across the country. The activities were interesting and could be used in the classroom.”
“Really enjoyed the course. Excellent conversations with like-minded individuals and discussions.”
“Rediscover useful resources that are undervalued … very enjoyable.”
“Small group allowing discussions around the activities … videos were good.”
“Well organised with good resources … linked to mastery. Enjoyed primary and secondary together.”
“Useful, interesting day and resources.”
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