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Supporting pupils with EAL to access the curriculum

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Last updated on 11 September 2017
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How can schools help pupils with EAL access the curriculum? We relay advice from our associate experts on teaching pupils with little or no English, and link to school policies and teaching resources. We also include a case study from a school on responding to growing EAL needs.

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Contents

  1. 1 Getting to know pupils’ needs
  2. 2 Organising the classroom
  3. 3 Differentiating activities
  4. 4 Using targeted interventions
  5. 5 Developing staff knowledge
  6. 6 Resources for teachers
  7. 7 Maths and science: guidance
  8. 8 Pupils in the later stages of learning English: research
  9. 9 Strategies in school EAL policies
  10. 10 Case study: responding to growing EAL needs

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