Tag Archives: KS3

Language World 2017 – one month to go!

It’s one month to go until the annual Association for Language Learning conference, Language World. Have you signed up yet? This year the theme is Progress for All (like the clever logo!) As the ALL website says: Progression in the teaching and learning of languages is a priority for all teachers and ALL as a […]

Building firm foundations for strong buildings #ALLMFLSW16

On Saturday 27th February, I delivered a workshop at the #ALLMFLSW16 conference in Bristol. I’d been asked by Marie-France Perkins if I could talk about primary languages in the context of the new curriculum which is planned as a continuum from KS2 through KS3 and onto Ks4 and hopefully KS5. I called my session Building […]

Noticias Locas

Have you discovered the Noticias Locas site? As the name suggests, it’s a collection of mad news items that makes a change from politics, crime and sport. Not just good news stories like Martyn Lewis‘ ‘And finally…’ but some absolutely bonkers ideas. Whilst some are of a slightly risqué nature (I’m amused by the kama […]

Newsmap.jp

Thanks to Liz Fotheringham last week for telling me about this wonderful site! As it explains here, Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator. Google News automatically groups news tories with similar content and places them based on algorithmic results into clusters. In Newsmap, the […]