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.
Blank Vocabulary Table-Chinese
Blank Vocabulary Table-Arabic
Blank Vocabulary Table-Polish
This document gives you some simple strategies and guidance to support New to English pupils in the primary school. It also has a couple of links to useful websites.
EAL New to English Primary
This document gives you some simple strategies and guidance to support New to English pupils in the nursery. It also has a couple of links to useful websites.
EAL New to English Nursery
The following links will give you an Induction Pack for secondary pupils who are new to English. There are flashcard links, games, activities and web links to practice and develop vocabulary learning. There are also QR codes for quick links to online activities, a record of activities sheet to keep a track of what subjects have been covered and a folder full of Topic Words lists for each subject.
Secondary Induction Pack
qr codes secondary
EAL Induction Pack Record of Activities
Topic Word Lists
The following link takes you to an Induction Pack for P4-7 pupils. This is for pupils who are new to English and has flashcard links, stories and games. There are also QR codes that can be used for quick access to ICT support materials and games. These m,aterials are designed to be used with EAL Language Builder pack. For more information or support contact EAL Team
Click on the links below to download.
P4_7 Induction Pack
qr codes 4-7
Our Teddy Talk activities for nurseries have just grown up!
Big Bear Banter is a series of activities for pupils in P1 to P3 who are new to English. They include flashcard activities, story activities and using songs and rhymes. There are a host of different topics and links to further resources. Click on the link to download.
Big Bear Banter
or print directly from this table (currently being populated)
As always if you find additional resources or make up your own topics then please share them with us and we can publish them on the EAL Highland Blog.