Teacher training programmes for modern foreign languages

3rd September 2015 at 01:00

To help teachers teach the languages curriculum, introduced in state-maintained schools from September 2014, the Government is providing £1.8 million over 2014-15 and 2015-16 to nine projects to support a series of teacher-led training programmes:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/18-million-training-boost-for-language-teaching

The resources made available so far can be found at the following sites:

 

Association for Language Learning:

allconnectblog | Training for KS2 & KS3 teachers of languages

 

Covering French, German and Spanish, resources for key stage 2 include modules on grammar; speaking; writing; and progression. Resources for key stage 3 cover literature; speaking; translation; grammar; and extended writing.

 

University of Reading:

 

http://pdcinmfl.com/the-national-curriculum-and-the-principles/

 

Resources are available for key stages 2 and 3, and cover listening, oral interaction, communication strategies and reading.

 

Rushey Mead Teaching School:

 

http://letslearn.org.uk/tandS/ensemble.php

 

A range of resources available for key stage 2 covering French, German and Spanish, and primary to secondary transition.

 

Warrington Teaching School Alliance:

 

http://janetlloyd.net/everyone.htm

 

Training courses and resources for key stage 2 covering French, German and Spanish and transition to secondary.

 

University of Winchester:

 

https://sites.google.com/site/primaryforeignlanguagetraining/

 

Links to courses and resources for key stage 2 covering French, German and Spanish and transition into secondary.

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