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Tracking Language Development for Children with EAL (including exemplar)

Tracking Language Development for Children with EAL (including exemplar)

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A template for tracking the language development of children learning EAL (English as an Additional Language). Also included in this resource is an example language tracking document which is very thorough and gives a very good overview of how the document should be completed. 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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  1. Esther

    I would find this resource very helpful as we have several children with Eal within my setting.

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