Resources to support ESOL teaching and learning
This guidance provides information and advice on working with deaf learners in the ESOL learning setting. The accompanying samples of learning and teaching materials shows one approach to working with a group of deaf learners from another country?.
The Bell Foundation has published an ESOL Tutor Resource Pack to support tutors working in the secure estate and in community rehabilitation/probation settings.
How to Write ESOL Materials, by Kathryn Aldridge-Morris, will be relevant to ESOL practitioners working with refugees and migrants in all English-speaking countries, not just in the UK.
LearnEnglish is a website for adult learners of English created by the British Council. It offers a free English test to help you find your level, lessons and resources to improve your English skills and lots more.
New resources for volunteers, teachers and trainers supporting pre-Entry level ESOL learners are now available on the Excellence Gateway website. The resources are funded by the Department for Education and the Home Office under the government’s New to ESOL initiative.
The Our Languages website presents a series of printable teaching materials for ESOL teachers wanting to explore the theme of languages, and how they operate in society.
A set of materials intended for anyone teaching or working with refugees, asylum seekers, or long-term immigrant groups in the UK
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 Basic Skills Agency supported the development of effective programmes of literacy, language and numeracy learning for adults, young people and children, and produced a wide range of resources to support maths and English skills development.
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