Language World 2016 #sketchnotes

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Language World was held in Rugby at Dunchurch Park
, a beautiful setting made all the lovelier by the wonderful people who attended the conference. As René Koglbauer said at the (misty) start: ‘There may not be sun but there are lots of smiles!’ (The sun did come out soon afterwards as well!)

Below are the sketch notes for the sessions I attended. Wish I could have attended more sessions but it wasn’t possible without Hermione’s TimeTurner.

And I’ll share my presentation on sketchnoting later in the week.

Opening Address by René Koglbauer
Opening Address by René Koglbauer
The Language Magician: developing a tool for assessing young learners by Louise Courtney
The Language Magician: developing a tool for assessing young learners by Louise Courtney
A window on the world - PLL and SMSC
A window on the world – PLL and SMSC
Show and tell - Clare Seccombe
Primary Spanish Show and tell – Clare Seccombe
Primary Spanish Show and Tell - Jesús Hernández
Primary Spanish Show and Tell – Jesús Hernández
Mary Glasgow Plenary Lecture - Curriculum Innovation by Gareth Mills (NFER)
Mary Glasgow Plenary Lecture – Curriculum Innovation by Gareth Mills (NFER)
Curriculum Innovation: Challenges and Opportunities by René Koglbauer
Curriculum Innovation:
Challenges and Opportunities by René Koglbauer
#ALLConnect KS2 Coordinator's handbook by Katherine Monument and Kirsty Williams
#ALLConnect KS2 Coordinator’s handbook by Katherine Monument and Kirsty Williams
Language is all around by Nadine Chadier
Language is all around by Nadine Chadier
Tackling the issues in KS2 #ALLConnect with Steven Fawkes
Tackling the issues in KS2 #ALLConnect with Steven Fawkes
What's the point of teaching languages to pupils with SEND? by Alison and Patrick Organ
What’s the point of teaching languages to pupils with SEND? by Alison and Patrick Organ
Innovation requires resilience by Anne Lise Gordon
Innovation requires resilience by Anne Lise Gordon
Tartan CLIL by Fiona Moffatt
Tartan CLIL by Fiona Moffatt
Closing remarks with René Koglbauer and Anne Lise Gordon
Closing remarks with René Koglbauer and Anne Lise Gordon

If you want to compare and contrast sketchnotes, and see some from some other sessions too, why not look at Clare’s post too.