There are loads of websites that support EAL learners. Below is a list of sites that support EAL learners.
Aberdeen City EAL Service – Resources, links, information and much much more are available here.
Bell Foundation Blogs Here you can keep up to date with news updates from Bell programs and partners.
Bell Foundation Research Page – You can read a wide range of research reports here that will keep you up to date with research related to EAL.
The Bell Foundation Teaching Resources – Crammed full of resources to use in the mainstream.
Better Bilingual – Support bilingual learners.
British Council Learn English Although more EFL than EAL there are still some great resources on here that could be used
British Council Learn Teens – Site aimed at improving all four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing
Cloze Text – Do you need to create a cloze text? You could use this website to help you!
Collaborative Learning Have a wide range of activities that can be used in the mainstream to support EAL learners
CUNY NYSIEB – If you’re looking for stuff related to translanguaging then look no further that this great site!
EAL Journal – The official blog of NALDIC, you will find loads of articles related to EAL.
EAL Hub – Lots of useful resources on this website
Education Oasis – There are some great graphic organisers available here
Education Week – A website from USA that has lots of great articles on EAL learners
EMTAS – This page has a wide range of teaching resources
Empowering ELLs – Tan Huynh’s site has some great articles on teaching EAL learners.
Enchanted Learning – This site has a wide range of graphic organisers and more.
Flash Academy – You can download free resources for EAL here.
Francois Grosjean – Francois’ website has some great articles on bilingualism
Frankfurt International School – Website from the school with advice and activities for EAL learners
Games to learn English – A generic ELT website with some fun games to learn general English
Global Storybooks – A selection of story books in a wide range of languages – a fantastic resource
Jane Echevarria – Co writer of the SIOP course for teachers of EAL students. There are some interesting articles here
Mesh Guides – Lots of useful information on EAL.
NALDIC – The National Association for Language Development In the Curriculum is a great place to read about best practice in EAL.
Newbury Park School – This school has an inspirational page which contains their students teaching ‘The Language of the Month’
Scrambilnator – The Scrambilnator is great for scrambling sentences that are pasted into the box. A really useful tool to support learning syntax within the content (English, Maths, Science etc.) amongst other activities.
Text to Speak – Free text to speech reader. This is a great tool for EAL learners. Copy and paste any content into the box and it is instantly read out!
The Scramblinator – You can use this website to create scrambled sentences for your EAL learners to unscramble.
Wokingham Borough Council – Jammed pack full of resources
Wordwall – Lots of worksheets and resources. Some are aimed at EAL learners