These plans are in fully editable Microsoft Word format so you can tailor them to your students’ needs. They contain plenty of ideas for activities and vocab to teach to get you started and you can add in or amend as you choose. The name of each plan indicates which unit of work is being covered and you can cover the topics in any order that you choose.
Note: Time is usually spent in September, December and June assessing children with the PSAK and this is very time consuming, so there are slightly fewer plans than there are weeks in the school year.
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Fiona (verified owner) –
A really great resource for anyone starting out with children who have no/very little English. I have been using these plans with some Ukrainian children who have just arrived in our school (first, third and fourth class). The plans are easy to follow, cover the Up and Away programme which we are using in school.
Aisling (verified owner) –
These plans have saved me so much time, and equally as important they have given me guidance and clarity when planning for a new area of teaching.
Margaret (verified owner) –
This is a super resource for anyone new to EAL or even if you have been teaching EAL for a while. They are structured, sequential in a spiral way which ensures all previous teaching is revised and worked on. These plans follow the Up and Away curriculum which is a recommended resource for teaching EAL. I was overwhelmed and unsure where to start with the children who have very little English. Now I have a road map, as it were, with the opportunity to take detours should I need to! Thanks teaachingplans.ie!!