SEN children have an equal entitlement to the full curriculum and often respond particularly well to modern language teaching methods. They are also able to achieve excellent results. Children can work from the same objectives as the rest of the class once barriers to their learning are removed & should NEVER be removed from a languages lesson for any reason as the whole point of modern language teaching reinforces the rest of the curriculum and particularly knowledge about… Continue
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on May 27, 2009 at 23:00 —
Just logged on to www.primarylanguages.org.uk
and clicked on `news'. (Apologies to anyone who has received this message via the mailtalk forum)
Picked up this, that I knew nothing about; has this information gone out to all primaries now? Is the same material available for LAs, other than the pdf examples on the site? Can anyone here give us more information?
During the first half of May, every primary school in the… Continue
Added by Jan Lewandowski on May 27, 2009 at 19:34 —
Hi! In term 6 we are planning a week based around Renoir's Les Parapluies, inspired by the National Gallery's Take One Picture. Obviously this is a great chance to link to some French, and I was wondering whether anyone could point me in the direction of anything to do with this picture, or umbrellas, or weather, in French, suitable for KS1! (I don't ask for much!)
Added by Jane on May 25, 2009 at 22:56 —
Went to Madrid recently and took photos of signs/ and other 'normal' things (friends thought I was mad!)
May be useful to compare and contrast! A yellow post box?
Can the children spot what the other things are?
The park images are 'el retiro'- very famous in Madrid and highly… Continue
Added by Helen on May 22, 2009 at 12:00 —
Flipchart headings England.pdf
Have been in contact with EdPax which produces whiteboard resources for French, German, Spanish and TEFL and was told that they have a section on their website which allows you to save a part of their whiteboard resources so you can get an idea of it. I… Continue
Added by Helen on May 17, 2009 at 12:00 —
Hiya all- Have been informed that there is a new website called Grow Story Grow which uses stories to teach languages. It's free to have a play around with until September! Don't know if you've heard of Tails of the unexpected but it's from the same person- Val Thornber
Use the website below and register- you'll then hear when new stories are available!
Here is the information… Continue
Added by Helen on May 16, 2009 at 8:40 —
Had been considering for some time adapting the Literacy '2 stars & a wish idea' for MFL. I liked the concept but wanted to adapt it to make the MFL version special & different.
Well with Ofsted due tomorrow decided to take the bull by the horns and do it! So here is my version for your perusal. Picture, instructions and doc. below after the space.(Not used to all this technical stuff yet)
For those of you 'not in the… Continue
Added by Lorraine on May 13, 2009 at 17:00 —
Hope I'm putting this is in the right place! I need some INSET on wiki navigation! Please feel free to delete / amend / move as appropriate .. but here goes...!
Dear all ... whether you come from London or afar .. here's a weblink to folow (didn;t show up when I previewed it, so you may need to paste the address which follows into a web browser ..)
Hope you don't… Continue
Added by Helen Myers on May 7, 2009 at 7:12 —
Sorry! Thank you Barbara for spotting the mistake.
Yes, slide 26 should read: CHI abita qui? and not Qui abita qui. Please replace it.
Added by Alessandra Lombardi on May 5, 2009 at 18:43 —
here is my first attempt to try and produce resources for all the italianists teaching MFL in Primary schools. I have used the fantastic powerpoint drag and drop etc. by Jo on minibeasts and have translated into Italian. It should be self… Continue
Added by Alessandra Lombardi on May 4, 2009 at 17:58 —