Category Archives: Jose Picardo

Things that make my pupils smile #MFLSAT

I normally make Slideshares of my presentations and add the audio for Slidecasts. However, the lovely @eyebeams was UStreaming the MFL Show and Tell from Nottingham today so I’m able to embed the video of my presentation! Hope you find it useful.  Although my pupils are primary aged and some of the ideas are very […]

News Time Spanish

Today sees the beginning of another wonderful offering from Radio Lingua Network as episode 1 of NewsTime Spanish is launched. Made by a highly talented trio – Mark ‘Mr RadioLingua’ Pentleton, José ‘just say Edmodo and I melt’ Picardo and Chris ‘where’s it to?’ Fuller, this weekly podcast keeps you up to date with news […]

MFL Show and Tell

A not to be missed event fast approaching is the 3rd MFL Show and Tell. Following on from the inaugural event at the Isle of Wight conference 2008, and the second edition held in Coventry in November 2009 , José Picardo (he of the sexy Spanish accent and highly informative Box of Tricks) has volunteered […]

Technology in Modern Foreign Languages – A practitioner’s perspective

Technology in Modern Foreign Languages – A practitioner’s perspective is a post by José Picardo in which he announces the online publication of a series of blog posts that originally appeared on his blog Box of Tricks over December/January, written by a wide variety of language practitioners about their experiences of and advice for using […]

¡Vámonos! is 1

Having congratulated José ‘Así se hace‘ Picardo on the 1st birthday of Box of Tricks yesterday, it dawned on me that it must be ¡Vámonos!’s birthday soon – and then I realised I’d missed it in all the fun and excitement of the IoW conference! So belatedly, Happy Birthday to my lovely pink blingy blog […]

Televisión española

Great news from José Picardo’s blog that you don’t need SKY or a superduper mega satellite dish to access Spanish TV. As he reports, you can watch several channels online including Canal+ and Telecinco. I agree with José about RTVE being the best though – after nearly a fortnight in Spain, I really miss it. […]

Reflecting on Language World.

Subtitle- Better late than never! It’s a week since Language World and I have sat down each day intending to blog about it, but everytime I’ve had to do something else first and the post hasn’t materialised. It’s not that I haven’t got anything to say, it’s more that there was so much to assimilate […]