A network for all who teach languages to children
No language necessary to watch this spooky and fun clip - just click here and make sure you have the sound switched on - but of course you can make up your own commentary or dialogue in any language you wish - or use as a starter for a scary story / poem perhaps? Or maybe design some monsters…Continue
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on October 29, 2010 at 13:51 — No Comments
Just received this message from Philip Harding at CiLT offering funded training places for primary colleagues to go to France, Spain or Germany for 2 weeks, but hurry - the deadline to apply is 5th November:
If you are aware of any teachers in your authority who would be interested in a funded trip abroad to improve their language and methodology, please do let them know about CILT’s…Continue
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on October 8, 2010 at 10:39 — No Comments
Here are some PowerPoints and files to help teach the alphabet in French to KS1 & 2.
It is so important to teach the alphabet as an introduction to the sounds of a language - in French just the names of the letters give you the first 26 'sounds'.
I like to start by teaching the letters one-by-one and asking what the children notice. It seems obvious to us, but some…Continue