Try Mantra Lingua for dual language books. Their dictionaries are good. Beware of relying on google translate as it doesn't always come out as you expect although it can be useful for odd words and phrases. Look at 'A Language in Common' - DFES document or the extended NASSEA level descriptors. You should be able to download these. Use lots of visual cues and pre-teach key vocabulary. There are also a lot of dual language resources available free on the internet from Bury, Bradford and some of the London Boroughs. NALDIC has a good website. Newbury Park language of the month is also useful.