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Useful Websites

World Languages on the Internet - Chris Green (2007)

 

General

  • the teaching and learning of English as an Additional Language (EAL)
  • raising the achievement of ethnic minority learners
  • supporting bilingualism
  • the development and understanding of this field of education

 

Websites to enhance displays and dual language resources

 

Language and translation websites

Science Websites

 

Specific Languages

Albanian
Arabic
Bengali
Bulgarian
Chinese
Dari
Estonian
Finnish
French
Ga
 German
Greek
Gujarati
Hebrew
Hungarian
Italian
Japanese
Lithuanian
Polish
Portuguese
Punjabi
Russian
Shona
Sinhala
Slovak
South African Languages
Tagalog
Thai
 Turkish
Urdu

 

Websites relating to cultural diversity, resources and workshops for schools

 

Curriculum links

 

 Publishers and book companies 

Multicultural books
Tamarind Ltd - Email:contact@tamarindbooks.co.uk

 

Local Authority BME Achievement Services

Portsmouth Ethnic Minority Achievement Service

This site has been developed by the Portsmouth Ethnic Minority Achievement Service as a 'resource base for teachers, parents, educational agencies, students - indeed anyone with an interest in bilingual education and ethnic minority achievement issues'. Features of the site include copyright free images for use with teaching materials as well as a wealth of material of interest to EMAG services and teachers.

Sadly this site is no longer being updated, but is currently still available.

Hampshire EMA Service

BLSS is part of the Inclusion branch of Hampshire County Council. The service aims to support schools and parents across Hampshire through training, achievement projects, bilingual assistance and cross-cultural counselling.

Nottingham City's EAL Service
Lewisham' s EMAS Community