English as an Additional Language (EAL)

Websites

National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC) https://naldic.org.uk/

Scotland’s National Centre for Languages (SCILT) https://scilt.org.uk/

 

Resources

Bell Foundation EAL Resources and Assessment Framework
https://www.bell-foundation.org.uk/eal-programme/teaching-resources/

SCILT Refugee and Migrant Welcome Packs
https://www.eis.org.uk/Policy-And-Publications/WelcomeToScotland

The ‘Welcome to School in Scotland’ packs are for newly arrived primary and secondary pupils and their families. They contain some useful school vocabulary in French, Polish and Arabic and encourage young people to let teachers know the languages they can speak.

Collaborative Learning Project: Resources for learners new to English https://www.collaborativelearning.org/

Using and Researching Dual Language Books for Children (University of East London)
https://www.uel.ac.uk/research/dual-language-books

Cuny-Nysieb Translanguaging Resources https://www.cuny-nysieb.org

HMIE (2009) Count Us In: meeting the needs of children and young people newly arrived in Scotland. Livingston: HM Inspectorate of Education https://bit.ly/2NL25QA

DfES (2002a) Access and Engagement in Design and Technology: teaching pupils for whom English is an additional language. London: DfES https://bit.ly/32Jts1K

DfES (2002b) Access and Engagement in Physical Education: teaching pupils for whom English is an additional language. London: DfES https://bit.ly/35bTGf1

 

Research

Foley, Y., Anderson, C., Conteh, J. and Hancock, J. (2018) Initial Teacher Education and English as an Additional Language. (Funded by The Bell Foundation and Unbound Philanthropy.) Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh. https://bit.ly/2FRMiwz

Anderson, C., Foley, Y., Sangster, P., Edwards, V., Rassool, N. (2016). Policy, pedagogy and pupil perceptions: EAL in England and Scotland. (Funded by the Bell Foundation.) Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh. https://bit.ly/2owkAhH