The Art of Great MFL Teaching

18 January 2021

The following is taken from the Network for Learning Website:

3rd February 2021, 4.00-6.30pm GMT

What is GREAT Teaching in MFL and what does it look like? Crista will lead you through a sensory approach to identifying what GREAT teaching in the MFL classroom looks, sounds and feels like.

Key components such as planning for success, differentiation which raises engagement and learner output through scaffolded support and challenge, assessment and feedback but also relationships, engagement and motivation and metacognition will feature in this webinar.

In 2021 we still need to consider to synchronous and asynchronous teaching and be ready to support learners in the classroom as well as remotely to develop all four language skills.

This course will be online.

  • Crista is presenting via webcam, accompanied by slides and activities

  • Opportunities for delegate questions and comments

  • A copy of the slides will be made available after the course, along with further materials

Find out more and book your place here.

Discover Crista's book Independent Thinking on MFL here.

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