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The Eal Teaching Book

Author : Jean Conteh
ISBN : 9781473957527
Genre : Education
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As the number of children for whom English is an Additional Language in schools increases, how do teachers and trainees prepare to support them to succeed? This text is their toolkit. A complete guide to understanding, learning from and teaching bilingual and EAL children in schools. The text begins by asking 'who are EAL learners' and challenges some of the misconceptions about this group. It goes on to examine language in depth, providing focused theory to help teachers and trainees better understand the wider context of children's needs. This theory is supported by a wealth of information on practical teaching strategies and resources in the promoting learning section. The text covers planning across the curriculum for EAL, assessing EAL and bilingual learners and classroom organisation, offering day-to-day practical support for teachers. New to this second edition is a chapter on Using home languages and cultures in learning as well many new case studies from practising teachers offering insight and knowledge on teaching this particular group.

The Eal Teaching Book

Author : Jean Conteh
ISBN : 1473957494
Genre : Education
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A complete guide to understanding, learning from and teaching bilingual and EAL children in schools.

Preparing To Teach In Secondary Schools A Student Teacher S Guide To Professional Issues In Secondary Education

Author : Brooks, Valerie
ISBN : 9780335246328
Genre : Education
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This book introduces trainee secondary school teachers to a range of key professional issues, knowledge to underpin their course.

Iaith Yn Y Gymru Amlieithog

Author : Jonathan Brentnall
ISBN : 1842201166
Genre : Language and languages
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Author : Candia Morgan
ISBN : 9781134359271
Genre : Education
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This accessible and thought-provoking book considers what beginning teachers need to know about learning, teaching, assessment, curriculum and professional development, in the context of teaching mathematics to eleven to nineteen year olds. It is part of a new series of books that has as its starting point the fact that PGCE students are already subject specialists. The authors show how mathematics teachers can communicate their own enthusiasm for the subject and inspire their pupils to learn and enjoy learning. They provide practical advice which will help teachers and student teachers to: plan, organize, manage and assess classroom work make decisions about the content, ordering and level of difficulty of lessons make sense of new subject material and how it contributes to wider educational aims develop professionally by developing the subject as a whole. This is a comprehensive introduction to teaching mathematics in the secondary school which will be invaluable to teachers beginning their careers and those who are training to be mathematics teachers.

Primary English For Trainee Teachers

Author : David Waugh
ISBN : 9781526413710
Genre : Education
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Covering all areas of the new National Curriculum for primary English and offering insight into effective teaching, this text will help students connect what they need to teach to how it can be taught.

Identity And Pedagogy In Higher Education

Author : Kalwant Bhopal
ISBN : 9781441125552
Genre : Education
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An original comparative account of racialized and gendered student experiences, drawing on research in the UK and Australia.

Issues In English Teaching

Author : Jon Davison
ISBN : 9781134624379
Genre : Education
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Issues in English Teaching invites primary and secondary teachers of English to engage in debates about key issues in subject teaching. The issues discussed include: *the increasingly centralised control of the curriculum, assessment, and pedagogy in the school teaching of English in England and Wales as a result of initiatives such as the National Literacy Strategy *new technologies which are transforming pupils' lived experience of literacy or literacies *the accelerating globalisation of English and the independence of other versions of English from English Standard English. A National Curriculum with a nationalist perspective on language, literacy and literature cannot fully accommodate English *what has become 'naturalised' and 'normalised' in English teaching, and the educational and ideological reasons for this *hierarchies that have been created in the curriculum and pedagogy, identifying who and what has been given low status, excluded or marginalised in the development of the current model of English. Issues in English Teaching will stimulate student teachers, NQTs, language and literacy co-ordinators, classroom English teachers and aspiring or practising Heads of English, to reflect on the identity or the subject, the principles and policies which, have determined practice, and those which should influence future practice.

Diversity And Citizenship In The Curriculum

Author : Uvanney Maylor
ISBN : OCLC:316714701
Genre : Citizenship
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Language In The British Isles

Author : David Britain
ISBN : 9781107320123
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The British Isles are home to a vast range of different spoken and signed languages and dialects. Language continues to evolve rapidly, in its diversity, in the number and the backgrounds of its speakers, and in the repercussions it has had for political and educational affairs. This book provides a comprehensive survey of the dominant languages and dialects used in the British Isles. Topics covered include the history of English; the relationship between Standard and Non-Standard Englishes; the major non-standard varieties spoken on the islands; and the history of multilingualism; and the educational and planning implications of linguistic diversity in the British Isles. Among the many dialects and languages surveyed by the volume are British Black English, Celtic languages, Chinese, Indian, European migrant languages, British Sign Language, and Anglo-Romani. Clear and accessible in its approach, it will be welcomed by students in sociolinguistics, English language, and dialectology, as well as anyone interested more generally in language within British society.

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