Tag: english as an additional language

UKLA Occasional Paper: English as an Additional Language

Teachers need readily accessible guidance that identifies the ‘how, when and why of EAL’ and this occasional paper goes some way to doing that by presenting the current state of play for EAL according to both research and practice.
In this popular series, the published Book for Keeps review of A Story Like the Wind is combined with a summary of the key themes in the book, some teaching ideas, and connections to other stories that teachers may find useful.

Review of None but our Words: Critical Literacy in Classroom and Community by Chris Searle

UKLA has published several reviews of tried and tested books. These aren’t new publications but books which members recommend as practical and accessible.
UKLA has published several reviews of tried and tested books. These aren’t new publications but books which members recommend as practical and accessible.

Beyond British boundaries

In this article, Cathie Holden and Tatiana Wilson describe an international project introducing children to picturebooks from Europe.

The Story Spinner Project

This storytelling project aims to involve families and communities in the National Year of Reading. This article describes phase one of the project and its impact on two Key Stage 1 classes by Marilyn Mottram, Adviser for Curriculum Development.Thanks to the English Association for allowing UKLA to reproduce the article.

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