MES have now put their flashcards online with audio. Great for use on chromebooks and during the current online learning. (slight warning in that uses American english so need to be careful using some of the vocabulary for UK English speakers eg trousers – pants)
Webinar on Tuesday May 5th organised by the Bell Foundation and NALDIC where you can pose questions about supporting EAL children while they are at home during the lockdown.
Follow the link for more information and booking
Learning languages through the sharing of recipes and culture.
Click on the image to go to the website and download the app.
We hope you will enjoy learning languages while cooking and also that you will take part in our online community and add your own favourite recipe using our ‘recipe builder’ – the Linguacuisine authoring tool.
Help people all over the world learn about your own language, culture and cuisine and learn yourself about other countries. Tell others how the cooking went and how the food tasted on our online community.
This is a social story to support children during the Covid-19 outbreak translated into different languages.
Please find attached 3 different web based activities for new to English Primary aged children from Glasgow EAL.
The following packs have been made available to schools:
Please click on the links to access the resources
Refugee and Migrant Welcome Packs
Going to School in Scotland: Primary 1 – 4
Going to School in Scotland: Primary 5 – S3
Welcome to School in Scotland: S4 – S6
A table for secondary EAL students to record key vocabulary in different subjects.
- Key vocabulary can be provided by subject teachers (if new to english) or by the students themselves when they start a new topic.
- The table can be adaped for any language, but here are a few templates.