Supporting EAL

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Support students with English as an additional language (EAL) in your primary or secondary school with these top tips from best practice research and case studies. This guide sets out examples of good practice in engaging students with EAL, developing inclusive practices, and building confidence in reading, writing, speaking and listening – both in English and in a student’s first language.

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Support students with English as an additional language (EAL) in your primary or secondary school with these top tips from best practice research and case studies. This guide sets out examples of good practice in engaging students with EAL, developing inclusive practices, and building confidence in reading, writing, speaking and listening – both in English and in a student’s first language. 


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