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EAL Lessons in Term 2

23 March 2016

This term has been really exciting in EAL at AP1, with lots and lots to talk about!

Year 3 EAL have been writing their own poems about their favourite art work. They have also been working hard rehearsing and performing these poems using the many features of a good performance. Take a look at their fabulous work that’s on the EAL display board. There you too can watch their performances when you scan the QR Code! 

Ms Pauline Tran & Mr Phil Holland | Year 3 EAL teachers


Year 4 EAL students have been challenged by trying to write more descriptive texts using newly learnt vocabulary and grammar.

Building on from previous lessons, they produced great instructional texts and also informative explanations about how a Rube Goldberg machine works. They also wrote about endangered animals by taking notes, and then designed an information poster. As well as improving their writing, the students have been practising their speaking skills by using precise descriptive language.


Mr Charles Raezer | Year 4 EAL Teacher