English as an Additional Language (EAL)

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Useful websites

There are many other references to web - based materials within other sections of the guide. Those below are a selection of sites that have a range of resource materials and research-informed advice.

Local Authorities and other associations

The Bell Foundation https://www.bell-foundation.org.uk/

Bracknell Forest EAL and Diversity - http://www.bfinclusion.org.uk

Collaborative Learning project - http://www.collaborativelearning.org

EAL Nexus (British Council) - https://ealresources.bell-foundation.org.uk/

EMTAS (Hampshire) -  https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/emtas

EAL in National Strategies - https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110816013625/http://nsonline.org.uk/search/inclusion/results/nav%3A46394%20facets%3A33801

EAL Highland - http://ealhighland.org.uk/

Insted - http://www.insted.co.uk/

Mantra Lingua - http://uk.mantralingua.com/

Multiverse: a former government sponsored website whose resources are now available from https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20101019090225/http://www.multiverse.ac.uk/

NALDIC - http://www.naldic.org.uk

REAL - Realising Equality and Achievement for Learners – http://www.realproject.org.uk

Scottish Association for EAL SATEAL - http://www.sateal.org.uk

TES (search for ‘EAL’) - https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resources

Curriculum Materials

http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/ (English National Curriculum materials written for EAL learners before 2010 can be found archived at dera.ioe.ac.uk)


Original guide sponsored by the University of Winchester, this revision sponsored by The University of Reading and Hampshire EMTAS.