EAL/D: Diving deeper
EAL/D: Diving deeper
A deep dive into EAL/D

An EAL/D handbook by Helen Harper and Susan Feez allows us into seven classrooms where teachers share illustrations of practice designed to enable EAL/D learners to engage with the curriculum. Margery Hertzberg’s classic, Teaching English language learners in mainstream classrooms, examines pedagogical practices particularly useful for mainstream teachers who have limited experience working with EAL/D students.
Along with the two essential texts mentioned above, Classrooms of possibility provides information on supporting at-risk EAL/D students and Tell me your story outlines ways in which using oral and written identity texts can support the development of language, literacy and especially writing, for students from diverse backgrounds.
Add to this, a curated pack of PETAA papers and you have a comprehensive EAL/D support resource pack for your professional staff library.

An EAL/D handbook, Helen Harper and Susan Feez
Teaching English language learners in mainstream classrooms, Margery Hertzberg
Tell me your story, J Dutton, J D’warte, J Rossbridge and K Rushton
Classrooms of possibility, Jennifer Hammond and Jenny Miller
PP183: Teaching EAL/D Learners in Australian Classrooms
PP193: Asian- Australian children’s literature
PP205: Educating for values & diversity through culturally inclusive children’s literature
PP210: Using children's picture books to support the English language learning of students for whom English is an additional language or dialect
PP213: My language is in my heart and my head

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