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TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes responds to questions and discusses priorities for languages teachers at the moment.

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Languages teachers: All change (or not?!) for 2014

TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes responds to questions and discusses priorities for languages teachers at the moment.


Languages teachers: What are your priorities? 2

TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes responds to questions and discusses priorities for languages teachers at the moment.


Languages teachers: What are your priorities? 1

TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes responds to questions and discusses priorities for languages teachers at the moment.


MFL: Ideas for joined up language learning

In her recent blog post TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes explores some interesting ideas on how to present new language to students.


MFL: Ideas for presenting new language

In her recent blog post TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes explores some interesting ideas on how to present new language to students.


MFL and the proposed changes to the National Curriculum

Join Rachel to discuss ideas and share thoughts about the changing landscape for languages.


National Curriculum Reform

Join our live discussion about the proposed National Curriculum reforms and what they mean for languages teachers.


How learning foreign languages can improve students' understanding of English

TES MFL subject adviser Rachel Hawkes looks at how foreign languages learning can support literacy without us needing to use English.



Incorporating whole school literacy into language lessons

TES Connect MFL subject adviser Rachel Hawkes looks at how foreign languages teachers can support whole school literacy through their lessons.