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 Research Page – You can read a wide range of research reports here that will keep you up to date with research related to EAL.
Bell Foundation Blogs Here you can keep up to date with news updates from Bell programs and partners.
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
EAL Nexus Teaching Resources Crammed full of resources to use in the mainstream.
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