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  1. page TEACHING ESL edited Teaching EAL/D Students NSW Schools ... English as a Second an Additional Language (ESL) …

    Teaching EAL/D Students NSW Schools
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    English as a Secondan Additional Language (ESL)(EAL/D) programs available.
    Schools provided with a specialist EAL/D teacher/s have an "EAL/D Targeted Support Program". These teachers are appointed in addition to the school's normal staffing allocation, to primary and high schools which have sufficient numbers of identified EAL/D students.
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    to every ESLEAL/D student at
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    learning of ESL
    EAL/D
    students in
    Schools in NSW are committed to providing and maintaining the appropriate level of support for EAL/D students and this is seen in the Multicultural Education Policy
    Multicultural Education Policy
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    1.5 Schools deliver differentiated curriculum and targeted teaching and learning programs to address the specific learning and well-being needs of students from culturally diverse backgrounds, including newly arrived and refugee students.
    The School Evaluation Framework has been developed to assist schools to evaluate their existing ESL program and work towards the creation of an ESL support program that operates as an integral part of the whole school curriculum.
    The School Evaluation Framework {http://www.sydneyr.det.nsw.edu.au/Equity/main-style-images/icons/icon-pdf.gif} PDF
    Writing an ESL Policy for your school is an easy guide to creating an ESL Policy that meets the ESL needs of your school.
    Writing an ESL Policy for your school {http://www.sydneyr.det.nsw.edu.au/Equity/main-style-images/icons/icon-pdf.gif} PDF
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  2. page TEACHING ESL edited ... If you have many more students in mainstream classrooms who have spoken English but appear to …
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    If you have many more students in mainstream classrooms who have spoken English but appear to struggle with academic reading and writing, you may see your role as collaboratively programming and teaching in the mainstream classroom using the syllabus content as your English base creating an integrated program that links content area learning with English language learning.
    It is important to note that withdrawing students from their mainstream classroom is helpful in the initial stages of learning English but ultimately EAL/D students to learn Academic English best through integrated content area instruction with their peers while in the mainstream classroom supported by an EAL/D teacher using language and literacy strategies all the students can do. This is an inclusive curriculum approach and provides class teachers with an important opportunity to engage in professional learning on the support of their EAL/D students.
    Roles{Roles and responsibilitiesresponsiblilities of an ESL teacher {http://www.sydneyr.det.nsw.edu.au/Equity/main-style-images/icons/icon-pdf.gif} PDFteacher.pdf}
    How do I organise an ESL program? What is an ESL program?
    ESL STUDENTS MUST
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  3. page TEACHING ESL edited ... Create a teaching sequence that includes the class grouping (pair, group and whole class const…
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    Create a teaching sequence that includes the class grouping (pair, group and whole class construction of knowledge) and the role of each teacher participating
    Evaluate each teaching and learning session for student/teaching success and discuss with the team how you felt the lesson went
    See the hand out below for more information
    {The EALD program.pdf}

    The most important thing to remember is that English is best learnt in context; where a range of meaning making resources are present. This includes English speaking peers.
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    English language.
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    EAL/D Students need to interact with and hear other students speak in English to become more competent and confident English language users.
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    program informationexamples see the
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