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EAL (English as an Additional Language) Child Observation Sheet

EAL (English as an Additional Language) Child Observation Sheet

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A template for observing a child learning English as an Additional Language and recording their verbal and non-verbal communication over a certain period of time i.e. half an hour. It includes a very detailed breakdown of the different stages of learning English and how to recognise and correctly identify each level. This resource was created by Julie Cigman - an experienced Early Years teacher, writer and consultant. She offers conference workshops, bespoke training and consultancy to Early Years practitioners in schools, day nurseries, pre-schools and children’s centres. You can find out more on her website.

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