EAL/D Teacher Resources- Adult


Please also see our Adult EAL Issues and News page under Advocacy and Links to other Resources

National Projects

  • ACSF Resources
    Australian Core Skills Framework assessment tasks for adult learners funded by DIISRTE
  • AMEP Research Centre Resources
    Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Citizenship from 2000 - 2009, the AMEP Research Centre provided research, professional development, publications and information services to the Adult Migrant English Program nationally.
    This website is no longer maintained – however, resources and documents are still available:
    • AMEP Fact Sheets
    • Prospect Journal
    • Professional Development Resources
    • Reviews of Australian Resources
    • Teaching Resources
    • CSWE Resources

Prospect Journal archive

  • Prospect: An Australian Journal of Teaching/Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) acted as a forum for those professionally involved in TESOL and applied linguistics. It reflected research and professional issues in TESOL and applied linguistics, including the adult and school sectors. It also explored the relationship between research, theory, practice and professional development.The journal ceased publication in 2009, but this link is to the archive of all issues.

Curriculum - Victorian Adult EAL Framework

  • The EAL Framework of adult EAL certificates is an accredited curriculum designed to be used to develop English language skills of adult learners of English as an additional language. It was developed in Victoria. It has 10 certificates across all levels beginner to advanced and in three streams: Access, Further Study & Employment. The full curriculum can be downloaded here: Victorian EAL Framework (this version accredited for the period: January 1 2019 to December 31 2023. January 1 2019 to December 31 2023).

Teacher Networking

This page is under development and was updated November 2018

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