Various MFL policy documents

Various MFL policy documents

Here are a selection of policy documents I’ve found when researching for my TtT work. Some from ELL forum and some from NACELL I believe! Top one if MFL policy guidance, the second a MFL policy template then the rest are 5 examples of policy documents.
lisilu
Spanish Body Parts

Spanish Body Parts

A PowerPoint Activity introducing/revising the body parts, taken from Listos 2 rojo Textbook. This includes a Listening activity.
boesenberg
Partes del Cuerpo

Partes del Cuerpo

JUAN PEQUENO BAILA. Typical spanish song played by children. - It is a build up song. After having learnt the parts of the body used in the song, we will play the song. Children can enjoy the song playing in a circle or in pars. When you listen the part of the body, everybody have to dance with that part "dedo" "mano" "codo" " pies".. to ending dancing with all the body: "cuerpo". The children will love it! and as it is quite repetitive, they usually join as well and sing!
baby_yolanda
Spanish/French Speaking: Parts of the Body/Illness

Spanish/French Speaking: Parts of the Body/Illness

Paired Speaking activity to practise Parts of the Body and Illness. I’ve uploaded a Spanish and a French version, but they could be adapted for other languages. In pairs, pupil A has one sheet and pupil B has the other. Without showing each other their sheets, they take turns to say me duele(n)/j’ai mal + one of the body parts marked on their pirate. The other pupil has to mark that body part in the correct place on their unlabelled picture. My Y8s loved this.
rosaespanola
Spanish Alphabet Flipchart

Spanish Alphabet Flipchart

Alphabet rap is like the Marmite / Sergeant major rap. I get the class to march on the spot first, then we march around the classroom. Once confident, a pupil takes over as leader / caller. Follow up - spelling names of people in the class (Ps write on miniboards), back or hand writing (depends on age and sensibility of Ps!) or even body writing (write the letter with your hand, both hands, nose, head, bottom etc)
lisilu