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Working with ESOL parents through storytelling

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This practice exemplar from Glasgow Clyde College shows how a partnership approach helped parents, for whom English is a second or other language, to gain practical skills and knowledge to more effectively engage in their children’s learning through storytelling.

The exemplar will be useful to practitioners who are already or will be considering their approach to working with ESOL parents to help them engage in their children’s learning.

You can find full details, including videos, on the Education Scotland CLD website.

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