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2nd November 2017

BETT AWARDS FINALIST 2018

Announced today: www.LearningVillage.net – BETT Awards Finalists 2018… Whole school aids for learning, teaching and assessment. It’s been a long journey from creation to piloting to […]
9th October 2017

Should EAL learners be withdrawn from the mainstream classroom?

Author: Gemma Fanning, EAL Specialist While it can be argued that EAL learners have an entitlement to experience a full and varied curriculum through complete class […]
7th September 2017

How can you possibly feel included if you don’t understand the language at all?

EAL: Excluded by inclusion By Kamil Trzebiatowski Here’s an extract: “Have you ever seen a child cry because they couldn’t understand a language? Crying their eyes out […]
6th September 2017

Collaborative learning – how do I group learners for the most effective learning experiences?

When we attempt to facilitate effective communication or collaborative learning between pairs or groups, we must acknowledge that our pupils are not only exchanging information; they […]
5th September 2017

NALDIC Conference 25. Educating multilingual learners in the 21st Century – November 18th

NALDIC’s 25th annual conference will consider the current state of play in the education of multilingual learners in the UK and implications for our work and […]
28th July 2017

Collaborative Learning

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Collaborative Learning site, it’s full of excellent resources that are completely free. Last month, Gemma Fanning talked […]
7th July 2017

The importance of collaborative planning

Author: Emma Mijailovic, EAL Teacher ‘Mainstreaming’ (teaching second language learners in the mainstream class, as opposed to withdrawing pupils for EAL lessons) has been a favoured approach […]
21st June 2017

How do I use non-fiction texts to inspire and engage my EAL learners?

Author: Gemma Fanning, EAL Specialist Learners in classrooms are often faced with the challenge of carrying out research for class project work. Often, schools invest heavily in […]
23rd May 2017

What games work well in the language learning class?

Author: Gemma Fanning, EAL Specialist Brewster, Ellis and Girard (2012) discuss the idea of playing Bingo or Dominoes as games for connecting various curriculum areas. Brewster explains that playing […]
22nd May 2017

‘EAL Teaching through the Learning Village’ – Implementation course, London 27th Sept

Next course: Wednesday 27th September 2017 St Mark’s Primary School, Mitcham, Surrey This 1-day course provides targeted online and offline EAL learning for 6-14 year old English […]
25th April 2017

How do I structure play to support language learning?

Author: Gemma Fanning, EAL Specialist Play is a crucial part of language development and ideas for play and games are an essential part of any teacher’s toolkit. […]
1st April 2017

‘Supporting English Language Learners’ EAL Conference

Birmingham – May 15th 2017 CPD for EAL Leaders in schools – Keynote speech from the lead Ofsted inspector for EAL, followed by a number of […]
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