Working with EAL Learners: Integration, Intervention and Inclusion

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Working with EAL Learners: Integration, Intervention and Inclusion

EAL HUB also offers a bespoke in-school EAL review and additional training

 
Programme Overview

Throughout both days there will be a wide range of practical strategies and ideas that can be used at different settings.

Topic
EAL Training
Delivery ModelFace to Face sessions
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course material 
  • Refreshments and lunch (if applicable)
Cost
  • AED 1210 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • Discounts available for 3 or more delegates from the same school.
  • If you would like bespoke, in-school training, please contact Rebecca (rebecca@infinitelearning.ae) for more information.
Deadline booking date

Wednesday 7th December 2023

 
Date of TrainingThursday 26th January 2022
Time (UAE)8:30am to 3:00pm
VenueDubai – to be confirmed


Please note: 
If COVID restrictions are introduced, this course will become an online training session.

Target audience

PRIMARY and SECONDARY Teachers, Teaching Assistants,
Leaders responsible for EAL provision, EAL Coordinators. 

Aims of the course

An understanding of how best to support those learners at the early stages of learning English, from their arrival and integration to their induction, assessment and intervention. Plus a consideration of common barriers to learning and what we can reasonably expect from learners at different stages of English proficiency

 

Intended outcomes

Teachers will:

  • Increase confidence around integrating new arrivals
  • Gain ideas of how to create a robust and effective admissions and induction process
  • Consideration of a flow chart to suit the needs Of your school
  • A look at what your school currently does or might need to do
  • A consideration of the importance of developing vocabulary from the start
  • Phonics and its role in new to English learners
  • A range of basic scaffolding ideas for those at the earlier stages of learning English
  • A consideration of what effective intervention looks like

Beth Southern

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Beth Southern has over 12 years’ experience of working with EAL learners across both primary and secondary, independent and state sector and international schools. Previously a Head of EAL in a large inner-city UK school, Beth knows what it’s like to have very high numbers of EAL learners operating at a wide range of levels. Having set up the department and taken it through a successful Ofsted inspection, Beth went on to obtain a PgDip in Teaching Bilingual Learners and an MA in Language Education. Following this she worked as a consultant for numerous councils before setting up EAL Hub Ltd to fill a gap in the market. Beth felt that there was a lack of high quality EAL/Literacy boosting resources available to schools which focused on making lessons, topics and texts more accessible to EAL learners, enabling them to remain in class as much as possible.

Programme details:

There will be a wide range of practical strategies and ideas that can be used at different settings.

Day One  
08:45 Registration and refreshments.
09:00 Integration and Barriers to Learning

•           Reviewing the first steps to integration, preparing for new arrivals and looking at assessment.

•           Working with parents to integrate students effectively.

•           School auditing and creating an inclusive environment

10:30 Coffee Break.
11:00 The importance of explicitly teaching vocabulary

•           Which words do we have to teach?

•           The link between teaching vocabulary and developing reading/writing.

•           Whole school ideas and strategies for teaching words, phonics and its role for New to English learners

 

13:00 Lunch Break.
14:00 Strategies, activities, and ideas for supporting new to English EAL Learners

•           Strategies and games to support EAL students at the beginning of learning English.

•           Methods to boost speaking and listening – focus on developing oracy in the classroom

 

15:30 Finish.

 

About EAL HUB Limited

EAL HUB Limited is a UK based company established in 2018, by experienced EAL consultant, Beth Southern. The website contains a wealth of high quality resources for EAL learners, as well as assessment and integration strategies.  The resources provide simple yet effective strategies to help scaffold learners and enable them to remain in class as much as possible.  Beth also provides bespoke training programmes covering many aspects of working with EAL learners.

EAL HUB Ltd aims to provide high-quality personalised consultancy, coaching and training for the development of EAL across all phases of education.  From single inset sessions to extended programmes of consultancy and key notes conference speaking, support is tailored to meet the needs of individual teachers, teaching assistants, whole school priorities and CPD training courses.

 

EAL HUB also offers a bespoke in-school EAL review. To learn more, please email isabelle@infinitelearning.ae

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Trainer:
Beth Southern
Duration:
1 days
Sessions:
1
Language:
English