A network for all who teach languages to children
This excellent website provides online stories in French which are read by a native speaker. Pages are turned interactively and there are loads of different ones including a Christmas story
Take 10 en Français is a fantastic little resource from Devon Education Services. It’s a handy pocket-sized book full of games and activites that can be used as PE warm-ups or more sedately in the classroom as Brain-gym exercises.
Aimed at the non-specialist MFL teacher, it is very user-friendly: 29 Activities…Continue
Joe Dale has been blogging recently about the work he has been doing “..with members of the CILT Primary Team including Thérèse Comfort, Lucy Adamson, Helen Groothues and Katie Szeless as well as Jim McElwee MFL consultant for Redcar and Cleveland LA on expanding the ICT element of the…Continue
Teaching children how to use a bilingual dictionary is the sort of skill that is not only useful in learning a language but also improves their knowledge of their own mother-tongue simultaneously.
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on November 11, 2007 at 16:36 — No Comments
The perfect flashcard should be at least A4 size, with a clear image on one side and the target language written large and bold either on the reverse or underneath the image. If…Continue
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on November 2, 2007 at 17:49 — No Comments