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A n MFL Teacher from West Yorkshire, enthusiastic about creating interesting & motivating resources and with a passion for experimenting with a range of different teaching methods, strategies & cross-curricular links within MFL lessons.

A n MFL Teacher from West Yorkshire, enthusiastic about creating interesting & motivating resources and with a passion for experimenting with a range of different teaching methods, strategies & cross-curricular links within MFL lessons.
Using RSC Strategies within MFL Lessons
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Using RSC Strategies within MFL Lessons

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An alternative method to training students to focus on their listening & understanding skills which merges MFL with Drama. A variety of inspiring, exciting and motivating activities which take students out of their comfort zone and allow them to experiment practically with their listening skills, their spoken language and the building of their vocabulary bank in their studied language, ready for their GCSE exams. I attended a Drama CPD session which focused on the teaching of Shakespeare, a session which had initially been conducted by the Royal Shakespeare Company. As a Linguist, I wanted to see whether there was any scope to adapt the teaching methods in Drama, to see if they could work as an alternative method to teaching Modern Foreign Languages. I have played around with the strategies and methods, trying to work them around the GCSE curriculum and have spent a few months trialling these activities with my GCSE Year 11 French class.