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Strategies for support



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Strategies for support
 
Hi colleagues. I have been asked to produce a list of helpful strategies for supporting EAL students within the mainstream classroom, from beginner level through to advanced bilingual learners. An example for beginners would be matching picture and word, for advanced learners, providing writing frames. Does anyone know of such a list anywhere?I used to have one, produced by Sandwell, but it s long gone. Any ideas?

4 Apr 2012      



Mariethe House
France

This is what I found. Don t know if it can help!Smile
http://www.veavideo.com/teachersNotes/Teaching%20ESL%20Students%20in%20the%20Mainstream%20Classroom.pdf

4 Apr 2012     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Thank you, Marie, this is a fantastic link, the job s a good un! Many thanks, Lynne. Clap

4 Apr 2012     



hannenn
Tunisia

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4 Apr 2012     



Jayho
Australia

Hi Cunliffe
 
This doesnt meet your description but it is a useful guide for mainstream teachers.  Maybe it is useful.  http://esl.fis.edu/teachers/support/faq1.htm
 
This one kind of meets your description: www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/PDFs/ESL_Modifications.pdf
 
Cheers
 
Jayho

4 Apr 2012     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Yep, very useful, thanks, Jayho. Now my task is to narrow down all the tips and strategies to a do list of between 12 and 16 points. Happy holidays! 

4 Apr 2012