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Supporting EAL Pupils in the Classroom

Fiona Ranson is a qualified teacher, who has successfully worked as an adviser, with responsibility for EAL provision. With a M.Ed in Bilingualism in Education, she has a wide range of experience working cross-phase. She is deputy editor of the EAL Journal; is on the national steering group for Schools of Sanctuary and currently works in initial teacher education.

This training will support newly qualified teachers to work with newly arrived EAL learners in the classroom. It will support teachers to understand and meet the linguistic needs of newly arrived learners, with strategies and approaches to support curriculum access.

ECF Strand 2, 5

Audience – All

Trainer – Fiona Ranson. Consultant EAL Specialist

16/12/2020

1:00pm-4:00pm

Key Dates

13

September

16:00 - 17:00

ECT, Mentor and Tutor Induction

21

September

16:00 - 17:00

ECT, Mentor and Tutor Induction

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