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The author of this immensely useful little book is a consultant EAL advisor, and – as is usual with Teachers’ Pocketbooks writers – manages to pack an extraordinary amount of information into the handy miniature format. Demolishing misconceptions as she presents an inclusive approach modelled on the ‘ladder to success’, she brings experience and insight to an issue that is increasingly relevant to teachers both urban and rural, throughout the UK.
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