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Supporting Bilingualism and EAL

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Education Scotland, Glasgow City Council and SCILT (Scotland’s National Centre for Languages) have produced a free online learning resource highlighting the benefits of bilingualism and providing practical strategies that teachers everywhere can use to promote and support bilingualism in their classrooms.

The resource  will help support:

  • teachers with EAL learners in their classes
  • student teachers
  • support for learning workers
  • practitioners in early learning and childcare settings
  • headteachers and school leaders
  • practitioners in community and adult learning settings
  • practitioners in community language schools
  • anyone who wants to learn more about or has an interest in bilingualism

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