The publication was developed by a team from Trinity College Dublin along with colleagues from five European universities and may be useful to those within churches who teach English on a voluntary basis. It was created with the aim of supporting organisations and individuals involved in teaching English to migrants to help meet language needs in a positive and self–sustaining way.
As well as a focus on language teaching in a context of migration, it gives a potted account of relevant applications from research/policy/practice from areas such as applied linguistics, education and psychology. It is designed to be a very practical and readable handbook.
It is also available in Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian and French.
You can view it in our resources section by clicking here