Early Acquistion EAL Kit

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A bumper EAL collection of ready-made resources put together specifically to stimulate the spoken language of pupils newly acquiring English. Read more

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Early Acquistion EAL Kit

A bumper EAL collection of ready-made resources put together specifically to stimulate the spoken language of pupils newly acquiring English.

Helps EAL pupils develop a good understanding of grammar and vocabulary, by applying rules in context.

Colourful and exciting posters explore six basic phrases in sixteen different languages, giving children the opportunity to explore the intricate similarities and differences of languages from around the world. Mrs Bee’s Spelling Spinners are multi-sensory and fun to use. Fully compatible with the Letters and Sounds synthetic phonic programme, they can be used to help with the blending and segmenting of phonemes. Without a grasp of verbs, children don't have the language they need to recall and recount events and actions. By using the cards in the Talk About set and talking about male and female characters doing different things, children will begin to understand and use new vocabulary. Each of the Survival fans has an everyday word with a picture representing it. They include words essential for daily activities in school.

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  • Product Content:
    • 6 x A3 Basic Phrases Posters
    • 6 x Survival Fans featuring basic words
    • 6x A4 Talk Time cards with 10 seconds recording
    • The Story with Grammar- Parts of Speech Book
    • The Story with Grammar- Building Sentences Book
    • The Story with Grammar- Vocabulary Book
    • 6 x Talking Point Pro with 10 seconds recording each
    • Talk About Things We Do (Verbs), featuring photo cards, activity cards and CD ROM
    • 7 x Mrs Bee's Spelling Spinners
    • Teachers notes
  • Age Range: Suitable for 5 to 16 years
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