Department of Education

English as an Additional Language or Dialect

EAL/D

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English as an Additional Language or Dialect for Aboriginal Students

These students may speak one or more Indigenous language, Kriol, and/or Aboriginal English.

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Program information

This section provides information about the range of courses, programs and services available to support school-aged English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) students.

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EAL/D Curriculum Support

The advice, resources and support material contained in this section are designed to assist teachers to support EAL/D students in accessing the content of the Western Australian Curriculum and to recognise and make use of the linguistic and cultural resources that these students bring with them to the classroom.

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EAL/D Assessment and Reporting

Assessment and reporting support and resources for teachers of students who speak English as an additional language or dialect.

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Statewide Services Resource and Information Centre - EAL/D

The EAL/D team at the Statewide Services Resource and Information Centre provide an information and resource service that assists educators statewide in supporting EAL/D students.

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Translating and Interpreting

In this section 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, along with information on how to access the services of translators and interpreters.

English as an Additional Language or Dialect
http://det.wa.edu.au/curriculumsupport/eald/detcms/portal/

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