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

TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes will be responding to questions and discussing the plans, concerns and priorities that languages teachers have as they gear up to respond to the latest policy changes.



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



Why tune in?

TES Connect languages adviser Rachel Hawkes will be responding to questions and discussing the plans, concerns and priorities that languages teachers have as they gear up to respond to the latest policy changes.

She said: “Our last chat drew in such a lot of burning questions and helpful responses from languages colleagues that the first chat of the New Year will have the same open agenda as last time. Whatever it might be that is top of your priority list right now, it is always the case that getting different perspectives and ideas on an issue can help.”

You can post your question here at any time before the chat, plus you can join in the discussion live.

About our guest:

Rachel is a passionate teacher and advocate of language learning; she is an assistant principal and has shared more than 1,200 resources on TES Connect.

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Languages teachers: What are your priorities? 1

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Incorporating whole-school literacy into languages lessons

Ideas for presenting new language

National Curriculum reform



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