NALDIC Practice Papers describe effective EAL practice in an accessible form which may be supported by reference to theory and to research literature. The focus is on classroom practice and the audience includes EAL specialist staff, class and subject teachers.
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Practice Paper 3 (2007)
The Language Development of Bilingual Learners: Text, Talk and Writing – Case Study of a nine year old boy | Cathy Johnstone
Teaching World War II to an isolated EAL learner in Key Stage 2 | Helen Rowe