Filled with ideas to help teachers get a grip on classroom practice, this book helps teachers: understand language development; use teaching strategies and interventions to help pupils access the curriculum; anticipate problems for later-stage pupils; understand the DfES English as an Additional Language Strategy and Race Relations Act Amendments.
Introduction; Stories about Precious and Jim; How pupils make progress; Exploring language and assessment; Targets and reading strategies; Preparing for an EAL beginner; Teaching a beginner; Ways on moving on; Developing CALP (Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency); Accompanying CD.
English as an Additional Language: Key Features of Practice by Liz Haslam
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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