Supporting new arrivals and new to schooling students in mainstream lessons in secondary schools

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Date(s) - 06/03/2019
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

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We will look at some of the challenges that this can present to mainstream teachers in secondary schools to meet these students’ needs, strategies that we have put in place in our school and examples of resources that teachers have developed to differentiate for and support these students. The session will give practical ideas that can be used in different situations.

Presenter: Georgina Vince

Georgina has been working in EFL, ESOL & EAL in different situations since 1999 and has been working in her current position as EAL Co-ordinator in a multi-cultural, inner city secondary school with large numbers of EAL and new to English students from a wide range of backgrounds for over 10 years.

To register for your free place, click here.

This workshop is funded by an excellence and innovation fellowship from the Leeds Institute in Teaching Excellence.

The materials for this workshop are available below:

The recording can be viewed here (Search for EAL on that page to see the list of all our recordings.)

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