Do you feel the primary curriculum is too full without adding MFL? Do you need to persuade others in the school of the importance of MFL? Do parents ask you why you are teaching French/Spanish/etc? If so, I hope this small leaflet will be useful for you. It contains 10 good reasons why you should teach foreign languages in primary school. If you can think of more, please let me know!
School staff will prepare appropriate procedures for implementing this policy and for reviewing and evaluating its effect on teaching and learning. This policy cover all aspects of internet use in schools and can be adapted to suit different learning environments.
<p>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.</p>
PowerPoint and accompanying workpack designed to encourage pupils to use a variety of complex structures in their spoken and written French. I use it as a revision tool for pupils to use as part of their controlled assessment preparation. Please do let me know if you spot any mistakes.
Print out the cards and laminate them. Pupils work in pairs or small groups and race against each other to form the perfect tense with the cards after reading the infinitive and the subject from the PowerPoint. Good element of competition and really highlights how much (or little!) they actually know. Includes avoir and être verbs and agreement.
Can be easily adapted to suit your requirements too.
More, newer and better A level revision quickies here: <br />
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/23-new-a-level-french-revision-quickies-2016-11244907 <br />
For an free online self-marking version of these go to: www.language-gym.com/work-outs/. <br />
STEP 1 - Select French<br />
STEP 2 - Select Vocabulary<br />
STEP 3 - Select Advanced level<br />
Any feedback would be more than welcome