Supporting Children with EAL in the Early Years
An elearning course about supporting children with English as an additional language in the early years.
This Supporting Children with English as an Additional Language in the Early Years elearning module is aimed at EAL Practitioners and those who work with refugee and newly arrived families and children. It may also be informative and useful for all staff who work in schools and in Early Years.
This course explains how to ensure children with English as an Additional Language (EAL) have and make a positive start during their early years.
The elearning module covers;
- Bilingualism and multilingualism
- What Parents Say
- Parent Worries
- Good Practice
- Examples of the experiences and stories of children with EAL
- What EMAS does
In addition there are also some useful resources.
The course takes about 45 minutes to complete.
Please note that you will need an account on the Early Years Channel in order to access the course, so please set this up before trying to enrol.