This book provides you with practical, easy-to-implement classroom ideas and strategies for teaching and leading MFL in a primary school and will support you to prepare for MFL Ofsted ‘deep dives’. There are a huge amount of practical ideas provided, from curriculum design, long, medium and short term planning with real examples in French and Spanish, so you can see how it works in practice.
Challenge, differentiation and mixed age teaching are covered, as well as motivating and way to teach vocabulary, phonics and grammar.
Linked to the 2019 Ofsted inspection framework and in line with the KS2 National Curriculum programme of study, chapters are devoted to memory and cultural capital, as well as innovative strategies to use stories and songs. Readers will learn how to assess using ‘age-related expectations’ and you will be able to access real examples of lesson plans, curriculum planning documents and resources.
About the Authors
Wendy Adeniji is Principal of Trinity Academy Doncaster and a practising MFL teacher, trainer and an author of language learning resources used by over 1000 primary schools in the UK and abroad. She has previously worked as an Ofsted inspector and has supported many schools to prepare for the ‘deep dive’ methodology. She is an experienced teacher of both primary and secondary languages and often speaks at national conferences and runs training for universities training primary teachers to deliver MFL, such as the Institute of Education, local authorities and a wide range of multi-academy trusts in best practice in teaching MFL. Wendy focuses on practical and effective strategies that you can take away immediately and use, which have a proven track record of success.
Juliet Park is core director for the Share Trust and languages teachers, lead practitioner for the SSAT in Formative Assessment, AQA trainer and national consultant experts for large academy trusts. She is also responsible for delivering PGCE MFL training for Huddersfield University.
|Author||Wendy Adeniji and Juliet Park|
|No of pages||200|
|Publication Date||11 Feb 2022|