I received an email on Thursday from a young man called Matt J at Tutorful: My name is Matt and i’m getting in touch today with some great news – ¡Vámonos! has been featured in our Top 50 Spanish Learning Resources. As you know, there’s hundreds if not thousands of sites offering Spanish resources, but we […]
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A little bit delayed by end of term madness… On June 16th I travelled to London for a day long conference organised by UnderstandingModernGov on the subject of Primary Languages – “Successfully implement the new Primary Modern Foreign Languages curriculum”. It was great to see Janet, Sylvie, Nadine and Julie, and to meet all the delegates […]
I’ve finally managed to upload my presentations to Slideshare so here is the first. There are links throughout the presentation to useful sites and resources, and I’d especially refer you to the last few slides with helpful links to e.g. LightBulbLanguages and the ALL site. However, I’ve added a few below too. Rachel Hawkes’ phonics Music […]
Today I was part of an ICT and Creativity in MFL day run by Links into Languages West Midlands at Aston University. Below is my presentation about free tools that can be used to enhance language teaching and learning. Inspiring creative teaching View more presentations from Lisa Stevens.
Here is the Slidecast of my second presentation from Brighton. Apologies for the audio cutting out before the end – no idea what happened there! Perhaps the iRiver overheated! Apologies to @wizenedcrone for forgetting her real name – it’s Fiona Joyce!!! And the German site I mentioned was called GenkiGerman. Top tips for the Primary […]
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 […]
Following on from @dajbelshaw‘s #movemeon, Isabelle Jones started a hashtag for language teachers – #mfltips about which she has blogged here. The top tips offered on Twitter by the MFL Twits have been published online using Yudu and are well worth a look. I’ve embedded it below. Why not pick a tip every now and […]