The following resources have been shared by Steve Cooke, ex-chair of NALDIC for you to use in your classroom. If you have any resources you would like to share please send them in to EAL Highland.
The following resources have been shared by Steve Cooke, ex – chair of NALDIC. Feel free to use in your classroom, and also to send us resources that you have developed and would like to share with others.
Problem Solution using writing frame – global warming
Some schools have developed their own ways of keeping track of their Teddy Talk and Big Bear Banter sessions, but just in case you haven’t done so yet, here are some record sheets to keep track of sessions that are taking place for Teddy Talk and Big Bear Banter.
Here are some links to useful websites that can be used for the teaching of EAL Pupils.
News In Levels is an American site that has different news stories that are pitched at 3 different levels. Key words are highlighted and explained and there are accompanying You Tube clips of the news stories being read out .
Breaking News has 7 different levels and accompanying question sheets that could be used for homework and getting pupils to think about the news story in more detail.
New Internationalist is a well known magazine looking at stories from the developing world. They have adapted their stories to be written in simpler English to be more accessible to pupils. Useful for developing Global Citizenship approaches in EAL teaching.
If anyone comes across further sites that may be useful, please post them in a comment to share.
Please print this poster off and publicise this event if you think anyone would be interested in your area. Thanks.
You and your family and friends are invited to
A celebration of the European day of Languages On
Saturday 26th September 12:30pm-15:30pm
At the Spectrum Centre, Inverness
Celebrate bilingualism, share your language with others, learn simple phrases in another language
Live music, traditional dance and complimentary refreshments
We hope to see you there,
Best wishes from Adult Learning, Inverness
If you need to access Interpreting and Translation Services just click on the picture box for further information. You will be directed to the Highland Council Intranet and so if using a machine outside Highland Council establishments you will need to use your User Name and Password to access it as it is for Highland Council Users only.
Ideal for new arrivals, this gives some basic survival vocabulary in English and Hungarian including greetings, simple instructions, maths vocabulary etc. You may also be interested in Hungarian Phrases for School posted earlier..click here
These Polish resources have been made for Primary pupils. Click on the link to download the word lists.
If anyone is developing word lists in different languages and they would like to share them, please share with EAL Team to put onto the blog. Thanks.
These subject specific word lists that have been made by different schools to support work with Polish students in secondary schools.
Anyone developing word lists in different languages that they would like to share please send to EAL Team for inclusion on the blog. Thanks.