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Why IELP?. Intensive English Language Program (IELP) in South Australia. 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.

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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
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Eligibility to enrol in an IELP

  • visa
  • within 12 months in Australia
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Primary IELP Centres(as of term 3 2013)

5 years old - 12 or 13 years old

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

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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

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Intensive English Language Program

  • 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

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Learn English through

  • games
  • play in the classroom

classroom shop

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Learn English through

  • play outside the classroom

giving instructions in the playground

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Learn English through

  • working with each other

writing together

sorting pictures

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Learn English through

  • working with each other

reading together

learning from the TV

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Learn English through

  • working with the teacher

working in a small group

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Learn English through

  • working with the teacher

reading together

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Learn English through

  • working with a bilingual assistant

learning about writing

using a computer

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Learn English through

  • going on excursions

learning about shops

learning about animals

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Learn how to

  • use a library
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Learn how to

  • give a presentation
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Learn how to

  • organise ideas
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Learn how to

  • organise ideas
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Learn how to

  • use a computer
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Learn how to

  • write for different reasons
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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
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IELP?

Local School?

  • 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
  • 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
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IELP?

Local School?

  • 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
  • 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
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Intensive English Language Program (IELP)

6 months – 24 months in IELP

Further study:

IELP

Local school

Tertiary Study

Work:

Training

Work

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Transition from IELP

Local schools - district zones

Vocational Training – TAFE

Work – part time, full time

  • Transition is supported by
  • IELPleaders and teachers
  • school counsellors
  • Community Liaison Officers –Serbian, Bosnian, Khmer, Arabic & Kurdish, Spanish communities, African communities
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Further information

Manager Erika Von Aspen 8226 2375

DECD EALD website

http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/curric/pages/ESL