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EAL Keywords

Inspired by a post by @mrshumanities showing keyword cards, and in a bit of a dilemma as to how best support my EAL pupils, today I spent a double period, whilst expertly covering an Administration class creating these handy cards, with some of the keywords we use in humanities in S1.

I am hoping they will be there as an easier alternative to constantly looking up a dictionary although I am heavily relying on Google translate. I am looking for other new ways to help support these pupils and will try and test some other strategies. It did take a wee bit of a wrestle with a laminator, something I am famous in the school for breaking, notoriously going through three in one day.

Tomorrow I am excited to use my new revision station resources I’ve made.

Originally posted on my blog https://misscwoodrmps.wordpress.com/2015/09/01/eal-keywords/


  1. A great extension of my key word keyrings, looks like a very practical of translating key terminology.

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