Department of Education

English as an Additional Language or Dialect

EAL/D

Translating and Interpreting Services

When enrolling English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) students, it is strongly recommended that an interpreter is accessed to assist school staff and family members communicate important information and accurately complete enrolment details.

The attached poster,  'Do you need an interpreter?' will assist schools to identify the home language of parents and book an appropriate interpreter.

For information on how to book a translator or interpreter view the Translating and Interpreting Services section.

Communicating with English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) families

Promoting equity, mutual understanding and empowerment – strategies to support communication with EAL/D students and families. Click here.

Translations

Below you will find a full list of the most commonly used Department documents translated into the most frequently used languages other than English in our schools.

For a full list of documents that have been translated look under English in the Translations by Language or Dialect section below.

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Translations by document title

Translations by document title

Documents available in this section are sorted by their title.

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Translations by language or dialect

Translations by language or dialect

Documents available in this section are sorted by the language or dialect they are translated into.

Translations
http://det.wa.edu.au/curriculumsupport/eald/detcms/navigation/translations/

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