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1 Why IELP?

2 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Intensive English Language Program (IELP) in South Australia

3 IELP Program Specialist centres for new arrivals to support students more than 5 years old prepare students for success in the school curriculum develop their confidence to live in the Australian community

4 visa within 12 months in Australia Eligibility to enrol in an IELP

5 Gilles St PS (Adelaide) Bellevue Heights PS Pennington PS Pennington Junior PS Salisbury North R-7 Ingle Farm PS Cowandilla PS Richmond PS Darlington PS East Torrens PS Clovelly Park PS The Pines R-7 School Elizabeth Downs PS Blair Athol North B-7 Kilkenny PS Elizabeth Vale PS Goodwood PS Hampstead PS Primary IELP Centres (as of term ) 5 years old - 12 or 13 years old

6 Secondary New Arrivals Program (NAP) 12 or 13 years old – 16 or 17 years old Adelaide Secondary School of English Croydon Adult NAP 16 or 17 years old and older Thebarton Senior College Torrensville

7 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English maths science computing health sport South Australia Australia world careers Prepare for schooling in Australia living in the community With respect for country and culture of students and families Intensive English Language Program

8 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through games play in the classroom classroom shop

9 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through play outside the classroom giving instructions in the playground

10 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through working with each other sorting pictures writing together

11 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through working with each other reading together learning from the TV

12 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through working with the teacher working in a small group

13 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through working with the teacher reading together

14 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through working with a bilingual assistant using a computer learning about writing

15 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn English through going on excursions learning about shops learning about animals

16 Learn how to use a library

17 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn how to give a presentation

18 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn how to organise ideas

19 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Learn how to organise ideas

20 Learn how to use a computer

21 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide

22 Learn how to write for different reasons

23 Population control The population of the world is increasing at a rapid rate. It is feared that it is growing so fast that in the foreseeable future, earth will not be able to sustain its population. As a result there is considerable pressure for population control. Others, on the other hand, believe that solutions other than population control need to be considered. It has been estimated that the world’s population will increase to 9 billion by To feed this population, the available arable land must produce a high yield or the amount of arable land must be increased. Both of these scenarios leave serious consequences. If yield is increased through the use of chemical fertiliser, health risks are possible. An increase in arable land comes at the cost of environments for animals. Therefore population control appears to be an obvious solution. The opposing view is that other solutions must be implemented. For example increasing the health, wealth and quality of life, particularly within developing nations, would decrease the pressure on parents for larger families.

24 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide previous experience of learning English for your children –use a text book –learn English through translation –short answers in English –not much spoken English –can use first language being in an Australian school requires –learn all subjects in English: eg Science, Maths –long answers in English: written and spoken –different teaching methods –no time for translation –make friends in English not first language

25 IELP? learn about English through all activities learn about Australian schools learn about Australian community develop English language for transition to school, work, further study supported to get to know a wide range of students Local School? may not have a focus on English language development may be expected to know how to learn in Australian schools may be expected to know about Australian community English language development may not be the focus of transition to work, further study

26 IELP? small classes 30 hours/week of English language development teachers understand new arrivals regular bilingual support regularly measure English language development report specifically on English language development Local School? large classes approximately 3 hours/week of English language development teachers can not concentrate only on new arrivals irregular bilingual support twice a year measure English language development report may not indicate English language development

27 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide MasterThe University of Adelaide Intensive English Language Program (IELP) 6 months – 24 months in IELP Further study: IELP Local school Tertiary Study Work: Training Work

28 Transition from IELP Local schools - district zones Vocational Training – TAFE Work – part time, full time Transition is supported by IELP leaders and teachers school counsellors Community Liaison Officers –Serbian, Bosnian, Khmer, Arabic & Kurdish, Spanish communities, African communities

29 Further information Manager Erika Von Aspen DECD EALD website

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