Remote Learning Support for Students from EAL/D Backgrounds
This list of resources has been compiled to assist both classroom teachers and EAL/D specialist teachers to provide additional support to students for whom English is an additional language or dialect undertaking remote learning. Resources to facilitate communication with parents/carers, who may have limited English, are also provided.
EAL/D teaching and learning focuses on students learning English in context and across the curriculum so that they acquire the English language skills relevant to each content area. To complement the class program, an additional list of useful resources is provided below. A brief overview is given for each resource and the stage of schooling for which it is designed. The hyperlink to the resource is included.
All resources listed are at no cost unless otherwise indicated. Inclusion in this document does not mean the resource is endorsed by the Association of Independent Schools of NSW. Schools must consider their own context and requirements before choosing to use external websites, online learning platforms and programs.
Be mindful that resources from overseas may not reflect the content of the NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Also, the electronic translations to certain languages may be only loose approximations.
For further advice or support, contact Renae Watkins firstname.lastname@example.org