7 edition of The teaching of modern foreign languages in the primary school found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Patricia Driscoll and David Frost.|
|Contributions||Driscoll, Patricia, 1953-, Frost, David, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||LB1580.G7 T43 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|ISBN 10||0415183820, 0415183839|
|LC Control Number||98041841|
Foreign Language Learning in Primary Schools Education Endowment Foundation 5 Executive Summary The project The Foreign Language Learning (FLL) programme aimed to improve the English language attainment of Year 3 and 4 pupils through a detailed curriculum of weekly French classes with linked activity in English lessons. Teaching Modern Foreign Language in Primary Schools is an inspiring and informative one-day course that will assist you in meeting the targets of the Programme of Study for Languages. This course is suitable for anyone involved in the teaching and coordinating/leading of MFL in Key Stage 2.
We know from international research that England provides one the lowest amounts of teaching time to modern languages in primary and secondary schools of all of the OECD countries (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and our experience teaching English overseas tells us that, in order to make substantial progress in a. This book is addressed to policy makers and teachers who are considering the possibility of getting involved in the teaching of MFL in the primary school.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Modern foreign languages in the primary school: a fresh start \/ Patricia Driscoll -- \\\\Teacher expertise in the primary.
Description: &Quot;Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in the Primary School" supports student and practising teachers - whether generalist or specialist - to have the confidence and skills to successfully incorporate modern foreign languages into teaching. Based on the author's extensive experience of both teaching across Key Stage 1 and Key. + Fun Ideas for Practising Modern Foreign Languages in the Primary Classroom £ Add to Basket (9) A Photocopiable French Scheme for Primary Schools £ Add to Basket. Quick View. Developing French - Livre Deux (Photocopiable) Games for Teaching Primary French £ Add to Basket. 1 2 3: Show All Products: Page 1 of 3.
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Systematic training in language pedagogy and language skills is recommended for teachers to achieve the desired outcomes for their learners by the end of Key Stage 2. Primary languages instruction that combines literacy with oracy work may prepare learners with lower English literacy skills more effectively for secondary school language learning.
Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School advises modern foreign language trainee and qualified teachers on how to teach MFL successfully at primary level.
This book offers full information, including sections on: *children's ideas about how to learn languages *the current situation of MFL in the UK, Europe and elsewhereCited by: It has been argued for some time that to improve language learning in Britain we need to start earlier, as many other European countries do.
This book is addressed to policy makers and teachers who are considering the possibility of getting involved in the teaching of MFL in the primary school.
Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School advises modern foreign language trainee and qualified teachers on how to teach MFL successfully at primary level. This book offers full information, including sections on: *children's ideas about how to learn languages *the current situation of MFL in the UK, Europe and elsewhere *research into second language acquisition (e.g.
behaviourist. The purpose of this chapter is to argue for and explain the need to ensure that language learning in the primary school has a ‘cultural dimension’, which is to say that a foreign language is not just learnt as an encoding of children’s first language but as a language in its own right embodying other cultural beliefs, behaviours and by: Modern foreign languages in the primary school A fresh start The creation of the single European market and currency, the relaxing of trade restrictions, and closer political and industrial links have highlighted the value of cross-cultural communication, a fundamental part of which is learning by: 5.
Children tend to really enjoy learning a new language at primary school. Most language-learning techniques are great fun, and children get a real sense of achievement from mastering and using new key phrases. The Primary National Curriculum once again made learning a foreign language compulsory at Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6).
Buy Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School by Claudine Kirsch (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 4. Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School is for every teacher –whether generalist or specialist, trainee or experienced – wanting to confidently introduce foreign language teaching into their classroom.
Based on the author’s extensive experience of teaching across Key Stagesthis book provides practical strategies that can be easily implemented in your : Sally Maynard.
Curriculum CPD – Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in Primary Schools. Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in Primary Schools is an inspiring and informative one-day course that will assist you in meeting the targets of the Programme of Study for Languages.
The aims of the course include: Become familiar with the Key Stage 2 Programme of Study. Modern Foreign Languages in the Primary School will be of interest to primary teachers and school leaders, language teachers in secondary schools, student teachers, teacher educators, linguists and anyone with a concern to improve language education."--BOOK JACKET.
That is why we made the teaching of a modern or ancient foreign language compulsory in the national curriculum for primary schools in and why we have included languages within the English. An overview of the place of modern languages in the primary school in the 21st century.
It is written for anyone with an active role in teaching languages in schools today, either at primary or secondary levels. It discusses the practical issues involved in teaching MFL to primary students. The start of the /15 academic year saw a huge overhaul in the primary school curriculum and one of the most radical changes was to make foreign languages a compulsory subject.
As of the beginning of this academic year, schools have been required to provide foreign language teaching. Teaching foreign languages in the primary school Kirsch, Claudine Brimming with case studies and tried and tested ideas from a multilingual language teacher and ITE lecturer, this text shows that language teaching at primary level can be both effective and enjoyable, no matter what language the pupils have as their first.
Schools are required to teach a program of languages according to local and national guidelines. Fromall primary school pupils in Key Stage 2 (aged 7 – 11) will be entitled to some teaching of a modern foreign language.
English is taught to immigrant adults and youths as necessary. United States. The report notes that the devolved school systems in Wales and Scotland have had more success in encouraging the study of languages than England’s, especially in primary schools. Topics Languages. Most modern language teaching specialists are either educated native speakers, or have taken their language on beyond school to university, before they began to feel even remotely secure, in respect of the accuracy, pronunciation or grammar of the language structures and phrases they were using.
Modern foreign languages are changing. The way we are learning them is changing, and the way we are teaching them is changing. One thing that is for certain is that we urgently need to increase the number of students choosing to study a language at higher levels. Book Description. Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School is for every teacher –whether generalist or specialist, trainee or experienced – wanting to confidently introduce foreign language teaching into their classroom.
Based on the author’s extensive experience of teaching across Key Stagesthis book provides practical strategies that can be easily implemented in your.
So let’s prepare for questions you may be asked as the primary languages coordinator, during a “deep dive” in primary language teaching and learning in your school.
We have provided you, as the coordinator or the teacher i/c of languages with the all the tools and guidance you require to prepare for a “deep dive” during an Ofsted visit.Modern Foreign Language Pedagogy. In Novemberthe Teaching Schools Council commissioned a review of evidence about current teaching and effective pedagogy of foreign languages at, specifically, secondary school level in Key Stages 3 and 4.
The results and a set of recommendations were published in the ‘Modern Foreign Languages Pedagogy Review’, which has .Dinah Warren is a specialist languages teacher with over 20 years’ experience of teaching Modern Languages in schools both in London and Devon, including eight years as head of Department in a London comprehensive school.
She brings with her an enthusiasm for languages teaching and recent experience of the new initiatives in primary languages.