Interested in EAL research? Keen to keep up-to-date with the latest thinking?
Our Infographics give you a concise, visual summary of recent EAL research. They highlight the research’s implications for school policy and practice so that practitioners can reflect on their particular settings. Whatever your interest in EAL, our Infographics are a great way to improve your EAL knowledge, instantly.
English as an Additional Language: Proficiency in English, educational achievement and rate of progression in English language learning
Strand, C & Lindorff A. (2020) University of Oxford Department of Education View article
EAL in DEAF Children: Professional Guidance to Parents
Poster presented at Naldic Conference 27 by Wright, Stojanovik and Serratrice looking at professional attitudes towards hearing impaired pupils with EAL
Going to school or a school of fish: do children with EAL struggle with homonyms and does this matter?
Poster presented at Naldic conference 27 by Booton and Murphy, looking into the links between homonyms and reading comprehension in EAL learners.
When 'home languages' become 'holiday languages': teachers' discourses about responsibility for maintaining languages beyond English
Cunningham, C. (2019) Language, Culture and Curriculum … View article
The hope of a better life? Exploring the challenges faced by migrant Roma families in Ireland in relation to children's education
Kennedy and Smith (2018) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies … View article
English as an Additional Language for Pupils. How long does it take to acquire English fluency for pupils in years 6-11
Demie, F. (2013) Language and Education… View article
Writing in English as an Additional Language at Key Stage 2
Cameron and Besser (2004) DfES Research Report… View article
Profiling Writing Challenges in Children with English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Murphy, Kyriacou and Menon (2015) University of Oxford… View article
My Language... I don't know how to talk about it. Children’s views on language diversity in primary schools in France and England
Oaskleigh Welpy (2017) Language and Intercultural Communication… View article