This page provides items for EAL and Resource Teachers' administrative responsibilities.

EIS Coding for Educational Background for students NEW to Canada


MB Guidelines for EAL support; identification of students, goals, protocol, procedures, programming

MB EAL Framework, 2011

http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/eal/framework/index.html

http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/docs/support/eal_sup_grant/guidelines.pdf

http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/finance/enrol_reporting/document.pdf, see pages 28 - 29


Hanover EAL Protocol; procedures & practices





Guidelines for Interpretation and Translation Services




Student Identification; who qualifies for EAL support?



Q: What about newly arrived students from Philippines, Wales, Ireland, etc. who have received their schooling in English in their home countries?

A: Monitoring these students for academic and social learning is part of the language services that we provide to speakers of variations of English. This would include newly arrived Filipino students and others who need to learn the language and culture of our Canadian school and social context. Will their level of academic English interfere with their success in school? If so, they should be reported to Student Services for inclusion on the EAL list for funding and then be provided with appropriate supports &/or on-going monitoring.

All EAL students need an Education Plan.


This document will give classroom teachers a brief overview of students' educational background, initial assessment, and on-going monitoring records (completed by the EAL/resource teacher) according to MB EAL Stages. Classroom teachers and EAL/resource teachers will indicate their plans for support, including differentiated instruction strategies that will be used.




Monitoring / Tracking form for ALL students on your watch. To print, select legal paper size. (Thanks, W. F.)



MB EAL Global Assessment Indicators


The MB EAL Curriculum Framework is organized around outcomes and EAL 'Stages' of language development. The continuum charts (below) provide a brief description of student characteristics and practical information for assessment using the EAL Stages.
Grades K - 3

Grades 4 - 8

Grades 9 - 12



Initial Assessment; suggested sequence for authentic assessment





Age-Appropriate Placement; Rationale



Approaches to Supporting Language Learners

Reading Level Chart



Beginning Oral Language, Suggestions


Literacy skills; suggested sequence for working with students

This handout is useful for E.A.s and volunteers.


Whole school items to consider for EAL support.


What's an E.A. to do?



Finding credits for students entering during the senior years. See 'Senior Years Supports'



EAL reporting to Student Support.


Send new EAL students' names and MET# to SS as they arrive.



Support for language learning beyond grade 12

http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/diversity/eal/promising_pathways/index.html