March 14, 2021 – ¡Vámonos!
 

Day: March 14, 2021

Here are my sketchnotes from Language World 2021. All done live so please excuse the slight untidiness at times as I tried to get everything written down!
I tweeted most of them after the sessions and was really glad to see many tweets saying how helpful people found them.

There are more to come as I have several sessions that I want to catch when all the recordings are posted later in the week. If you want to see sketchnotes of some different sessions (and many of the same ones!) have a look at Clare’s blog.

Opening keynote – A rich curriculum for all: the pressured yet pivotal position of languages
Michael Wardle, HMI, Ofsted
What Languages can learn from Coding
Mark Pallis
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Stimulating curiosity and developing students’ investigative skills also leads to greater international thinking. If this is important how can we develop this? By sharing intercultural understanding using authentic materials?

Liz Black
Multilingualism, Language Learning and Social Cognition
Professor Li Wei, UCL Institute of Education, University College London
An introduction to Language Teaching: Learning from the Past
Prof Nicola McLelland, Dr Simon Coffey & Dr Lina Fisher, History of Modern Language Learning and Teaching in Britain (HoLLT)
International partnerships and exchanges – the latest on what programmes exist and on travel advice for teachers and pupils
Vicky Gough and Brian Stobie https://twitter.com/schools_british
British Council Language Trends England 2021 – Interim Results
Vicky Gough, British Council and Ian Collen, NCILT
Engaging, enriching, inclusive: ensuring a primary MFL curriculum which delivers for SEND pupilsEleanor Chettle Cully
Day 2 Opening Keynote – Challenges and Rewards in the CLIL unit design process
Dr Marie Petersen, Coburg West Primary School, Melbourne
Making connections between languages with translation skills: for easier transition between KS2 and 3
Helen Stokes
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The Missing Link – transition between KS2 and KS3
Suzanne O’Farrell
Transition toolkit
Keynote – Using CLIL and MFL strategies to maximise the curriculum for EAL learners
Jane Driver, Queen Katharine Academy
Consolidating Knowledge with Meaningful Practice: An Introduction to NCELP Resources
Professor Emma Marsden, National Centre for Excellence for Language Pedagogy (NCELP)
The 20 Keys: giving grammar a new lease of lifeElena Díaz
Curriculum-making for language teachers: the power of (pluri)literacies
Professor Do Coyle, University of Edinburgh

If you’d like to see my notes from previous years, check out these links:
Language World 2019 – The Sketchnotes
Language World 2018 in sketchnotes
Language World 2017 in sketchnotes
Language World 2016 in sketchnotes  Session on Sketchnoting
Language World 2015 in sketchnotes

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