A network for all those teaching a foreign language in Primary Schools
Mike and I went to the ALL Joined up languages conference in Lancaster last weekend.…Continue
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Language World 2014 04-05 Apr 2014 Lancaster University, Bailrigg, Lancaster LA1 4YW
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Hi I have just been pointed in the direction of these films from the British Council filmed in location.
'The Ragdoll Foundation is dedicated to developing the power of imaginative responses in children through the arts."What Makes Me Happy" is a series of short, fun films showing that even where lives are difficult children can still find…Continue
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European Day of Languages is very nearly here again.
Here are some sites/ resources that might be helpful for you. Feel free to add any of your own.
Use stories from different parts of the world using BBC websiteContinue
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Have just been pointed in the direction of this. Looks like the Government's new proposed curriculum is to include compulsory languages from the age of 7. I do hope so.
Here's an article.
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Have just been looking for resources for Picasso to use with my schools and I have just come across the TATE gallery website- lots of ideas for Picasso and other artists.
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Have just come across these French films and short clips in French from the…Continue
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Have just been sent this link from a colleague who received it via Michael Rosen. It starts from a Literacy focus,but it is 'a celebration of the languages spoken by Primary Children'.
Translation Nationinspires primary school children to explore literary translation and develop an appetite for international storytelling and a curiosity about world literature.
I will certainly be having a look!
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Hi I have just flung a Cadbury's Creme egg at the Eiffel Tower! Choose a location and FLING!
Have a go!…Continue
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Digital Dialects . It features 'free to use online games for learning languages. Resources include games…Continue
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These two books are great for ideas for teaching MFL. You will probably be familiar with the book on the left by Sue Cave…Continue
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Have just had a look at this wikispace- was recommended by Mark Purves.
Has songs for a lot of themes in Spanish and French- sure the number will grow and grow. Have a look or even better, join and contribute your ideas and resources for using songs to develop MFL.
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Have just uploaded some resources for Hungry Caterpillar for Spanish KS2 if any good to anyone.
Am now planning Not Now Bernard!
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Hiya All Just saw this on a friend's website- she received the following email so I thought I would share it with you. Have a look?
We are very excited to announce the launch of our first stories!Fully interactive, beautifully presented and tailored to your teachers' needs, our stories are magical. With excellent audio support, the ability to view the text and subtitles, play the book through or listen page by page, we have carefully made these talking big…Continue
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