EAL Literacy

 

 

EAL literacy learners are viewed holistically to break down barriers to learning. They are identified and provided with enhanced support services. Ideally, they are placed in specialized classes designed to meet their needs and assigned instructors with specialized training and expertise.1

 

 

1 This theme is significantly informed by Learning for LIFE: An ESL Literacy Handbook (Bow Valley College, 2009); A Practical Guide to Teaching ESL Literacy (Bow Valley College, 2018); ESL for Adult Literacy Learners (ALL) (CCLB, 2016); and ESL for ALL Support Kit (CCLB, 2017).

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