With more than 300 languages spoken in our homes, more than 100 religions and more than 300 different ancestries, the 2016 Australian Census highlights our rich cultural diversity.
This package of PETAA resources aims to support teachers cater for the diverse needs of their students with suggestions and ideas for teaching learners from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Leading researchers and educators in the field present a range of pedagogical approaches that can be used in Australian classrooms in order to support the development of language and literacy, engage students and promote better learning outcomes for students learning English as a second or additional language or dialect.
NEW - An EAL/D Handbook - Helen Harper and Susan Feez
Teaching English language learners in mainstream classrooms - Margery Hertzberg
Classrooms of Possibility - Jennifer Hammond and Jenny Miller
Tell me your story: Confirming Identity and engaging writers in the middle years - Janet Dutton, Jacqueline D'warte, Joanne Rossbridge and Kathy Rushton
PP213 - My language is in my heart and my head - Janet Dutton, Jacqueline D'warte, Joanne Rossbridge and Kathy Rushton
PP210 - Using children's picture books to support the English language learning..... - Janet Fellows, Edith Cowan University
PP183 -Teaching EAL/D Learners in Australian Classrooms - Michèle de Courcy, Karen Dooley, Robert Jackson, Jenny Miller and Kathy Rushton
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