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Stand Together, Achieve Together

Stand Together, Achieve Together

Stand Together, Achieve Together

EAL

Curriculum Summary - EAL 

Throughout the integration programme students are taught to use of a range of social skills in different contexts, including working and socialising with pupils from different religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, acceptance and engagement with mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; the pupils develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life into Academy life whilst maintaining their own cultures and beliefs and remain proud of them. Due to the nature of the programme the schemes are revisited depending on the level of the student. Each week during integration also includes – Basic Maths, Basic ICT, SMSC and guided reading.

EAL Beginners:

Throughout the 1st 7 week phase of integration the following points will be covered.

  • Vocabulary and Understanding

    Literacy/Grammar focus

    To be able to identify oneself & others - I am, you are, he is, she is….

    Eg Naming / labelling, My name is ….. Simple classroom phrases

     

    To be able to Identify, describe and question

    Eg What is this?, What are these? It is a … / They are ….

     

    To be able to respond to instructions, undertake a simple survey of food:

    Eg Do you like / dislike…? I like/I don’t like ...

     

    To be able to identify and describe animals.

    Eg Describing animals: It has got …. Questioning: What is this?

     

    To develop key language areas such as naming common actions / verbs and extending vocabulary to include actions and outside school

    To be able to identify and apply verbs

    To be able to identify and apply higher level adjectives and adverbs

    Recap previous vocabulary.

    • Pronouns

    • Demonstratives

    • Imperatives – Speaking and Listening

    • Definite and Indefinite Articles

    • Interrogative – Speaking and Listening

    • Present Continuous

    • Negative statements using the present continuous

    • Question answering or asking using the present tense

    • Basic adjectives

    • Structure of simple sentences

    • Structure of simple questions

    • Use of capital letters

    • Use of full stops

    • Plurals

     

     

      

     

 

EAL Intermediate

Vocabulary and Understanding

Literacy/Grammar foci

To write for different purposes

Eg Letter, e-mail, diary, report, social media.

To ask for and give advice

Eg Using You should/should not structures

To cope in different life situations

Eg at the doctors, in the supermarket and be able to ask and answer necessary questions.

To write formal and informal letters

To speak using formal and informal language

To recognise the difference between fact and opinion

To grasp the concept of hypothetical ideas using the conditional tenses and if

To understand global and local issues

Eg Using the local and global news to spark discussion and comparative writing tasks

  • Recap of Beginners Literacy and Grammar foci
  • Regular Past tense verbs
  • Irregular past tense verbs
  • Using the infinitive after modal verbs
  • Prepositions of place
  • Future tense
  • Relative Clauses
  • Prepositions of time
  • Frequency words
  • Higher level connectives
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Speech marks
  • Commas
  • Exclamation marks
  • Conditional Tenses and if

 

 

Assessments will cover the four main skills of language learning, Listening and Responding, Reading and Responding, Speaking and Writing.

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