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ESOL Online. Every child literate - a shared responsibility.
Ministry of Education.

ELIP Introduction

The ELIP Years 7-13 Resource provides clear guidelines for teachers about what should be included in an ESOL programme from beginner to advanced stages, which supports learning in a range of curriculum contexts. It recognises that language learning is a recursive process, which means that in order to become proficient users of a new language, learners need repeated opportunities to be exposed to language features and to practise identifying and using them in a variety of increasingly complex texts. At the same time it allows room for teacher preferences and encourages flexibility in programme planning. Effective use of the ELIP Resource will assist teachers to develop coherent programmes to enhance the acquisition of English for all students facing the challenges of learning in a new language. It is also linked directly to the English Language Learning Progressions (ELLP) and to the DVDs - Making Language and Learning Work.

These sections explain the resource in more detail.

ELIP Years 7-13: Rationale and Description

ELIP Years 7-13: Explanation of Stages

ELIP Years 7-13: Using the Resource- teaching and learning components

ELIP Years 7-13: Using the Resource -links with mainstream teachers

ELIP Years 7-13: Using the Resource - presenting the examples

ELIP Years 7-13: Glossary of Classroom Games suggested in Sample Strategies

Published on: 29 May 2013


ELIP Introduction



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