You don't have to have formal EAL qualifications to effectively begin teaching EAL/D the EAL/D resource described below. This has been written for mainstream teachers...

The EAL/D resource on the Australian Curriculum site now has the EAL/D annotations for four learning areas: English, Maths, Science and History. These are excellent. They highlight the linguistic and cultural challenges that EAL/D learners may encounter. Each content statement in all four Learning Areas has been annotated. The annotations also provide pedagogical advice for each content statement based on these challenges.

Click on the annotation links here for details.

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