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Mathematics and English as an additional language

Mathematics and English as an additional language

This guidance for working with pupils new to English highlights the areas that primary school teachers need to take into account when supporting new arrivals who are learning mathematics. It provides guidance on assessing pupils who are at the early stages of learning EAL and makes recommendations on how to make the mathematics curriculum culturally inclusive. It provides practical suggestions on how to support EAL learners learning mathematics in the classroom, arithmetic tests for years 1 to 6 and practical resources in Portuguese, Polish and Arabic.
sue_morgan1
11 Arab Proverbs Poster

11 Arab Proverbs Poster

11 Arab proverbs with illustrations, transliteration and meaning for classroom display for Arabic learners.
chawki
Arabic Beginning Sound Clip Cards

Arabic Beginning Sound Clip Cards

These Arabic Beginning Sound Clip Cards are a fantastic way for learners to practice their Arabic sounds. This is a great way to reinforce vocabulary development while practicing very important fine motor skills. Students say the name of each picture, and listen for the beginning sound and clip the pictures whose sound corresponds to the alphabet letter in the middle of the card. These cards are great for literacy centers or individual practice. These cards are easy to prep. Just laminate and trim them and they are ready to go! You can even make these cards self-correcting by placing a small sticker on the back of the card for the correct answer.
MsColes86
pre GCSE revision

pre GCSE revision

these sheets wil help you to revise your Arabic vocabulary understanding before preparing for you GCSE Arabic exam
maydywan
My First Book of Arabic Phrases  Book 1

My First Book of Arabic Phrases Book 1

Book of Arabic Phrases for reading, colouring and writing. 1. Asking and finding out personal information a. Name? b. Greet c. How are you? d. Where are you from? e. Bye! See you later! 2. Asking about favourite things. a. What’s your favourite colour? b. What’s your favourite animal? 3. Asking, 'How many?' a. How old are you? b. How many sweets? c. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
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