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EAL Teaching Newsletter Articles

11th May 2016
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Synthetic versus Analytical Phonics: Which is best for my students?

In the last edition, we considered the importance of not using a Whole Language approach in isolation as a primary method of literacy instruction, but rather […]
7th April 2016
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Should I teach my EAL learners phonics? If so, how?

Should I teach my EAL learners phonics? If so, how? As educational pedagogies continue to move cyclically, with new strategies moving in and out of favour, […]
5th April 2016
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Are your young learners interpreting for adults?

As well as interpreting for peers, young learners often find themselves interpreting for adults. This does give rise to a myriad of potential issues. There are […]

Communication Across Cultures News

29th April 2016
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Supporting Vulnerable Children

Caroline Scott, Director, at Communication Across Cultures will be delivering a keynote at the Supporting Vulnerable Children Conference Friday 20th May Leicester University, Stamford Court, Oadby, Leicester, […]
4th April 2016
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Communication Across Cultures Director, Caroline Scott, will be part of the judging panel for the ESU Awards.

The ESU is a unique global educational charity and membership organisation that brings together and empowers people of different languages and cultures. By building skills and […]
3rd April 2016
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Next EAL ‘Train the Trainer’ Course, 13th-15th July 2016

Early bird rate ends 29th April 2016 Would your school benefit from a comprehensive reflection on how you support EAL across the curriculum? Send a senior […]

Benefit from EAL teaching through the Learning Village

  • I see the children relaxed and happy when they are on the Learning Village. I can see that they are proud of their progress and feel a sense of achievement which they can share with others. I think that there are a lot of good EAL ‘games’ available but this is a comprehensive programme that can be integrated into any curriculum.
    Laura Haines
    EAL Coordinator, International School of Milan
  • A really fantastic resource. We can't wait to start using it with our pupils.
    Ellen Copsey
    Assistant Head Teacher, Willow Bank Primary, UK
  • It is a delight to see a resource that has grown out of good practice in schools.
    Keith Shurlock
    Principal, Grace International School, Bangladesh
  • Thank you so much for this inspiring workshop. I was enthusiastic about it when first trying it but even more so after today!
    Hanneke Blijham
    EAL Teacher, Groningse Schoolvereniging, The Netherlands