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Every year, an increasing number of children enter the Early Years setting either new to English or with English as an additional language (EAL), which can be daunting, not just for the child but for the practitioner too. How can Early Years practitioners ensure that the right support is in place for the child and themselves? What practical ideas can be used successfully to enrich an EAL child's understanding of a new language, while, at the same time, allowing that child to bond with their peers? 50 Fantastic Ideas for Children with EAL is an invaluable resource to help integrate children with EAL into the classroom with fresh, exciting and engaging activities that are easy to resource, require little preparation and are fun to carry out. The activities include simple speak-and-repeat games, visual ideas to support learning new words and phrases and activities that evoke feelings of being at home, allowing the children to feel welcomed and part of the school's diverse community. Traditional games are also featured to help children with EAL play with their peers, as well as feel that they can contribute to the learning of others.
Perfect for promoting inclusion and self-esteem, 50 Fantastic Ideas for Children with EAL is ideal for supporting children as they navigate the ups and downs of having English as an additional language.
|Publication date:||10th January 2019|
|Publisher:||Featherstone an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3|
Natasha Wood has worked in the Early Years for nine years and has built a great breadth of knowledge in child development and play. She holds a postgraduate degree in Special Educational Needs and is currently an Early Years Phase Leader, a Safeguarding Lead, a Special Educational Needs Coordinator and a Forest School Leader.More About Natasha Wood