It’s obviously a little more complex than we might think.
There’s a wealth of resources here for assessment, starters, EAL and a whole lot more.
A neat summary of four useful strategies especially for EAL students in mainstream classes.
Videos to generate language and some great ideas for discussion.
Doesn’t look pretty – but this will get the most reluctant writer to have a go at poetry!
This is a brilliant unit with a range of activities to build vocabulary as well as sentence use in EAL learners. The template makes it easy to adapt other units.
Thanks to David Walp from Penn Central Middle School for these stimulating prompts.
This resource looks at ways to making a common practice in many Hong Kong schools more meaningful – and a more productive learning experience.
Thanks to the waygook website for a great idea using the Bruno Mars song “Count on me” for a lesson. I added a little bit of grammar and some sentences to finish that are related to friendship. The count on me Power Point still needs a tidy but this may give you a start.