Learn how to teach French Phonics at Language World

We are delighted that Sue Cave, one of our authors, will be talking on Friday, 4 April at the Language World conference at Lancaster University, Bailrigg, Lancaster.

Sue is the author of Physical French Phonics and the title of her talk isTeaching French phonics in primary school. Sue will be presenting her method for teaching the four language skills through the teaching of French Phonics. The activities are based on a sound, action, spelling system and have been extensively trialled and tested.

While you’re at Language World, I hope you’ll also come see the Brilliant Publications’ stand as we have some great offers for you …

We will be offering a 20% discount on all our MFL titles. Come to see us on Stand 82 to take advantage of our special show offer and refresh your resources for French, Spanish, German and Italian.

We will also be giving away goodie bags with sample worksheets, stickers and more!

Here is a small selection of the books we will have on display:

Petites Étoiles – introduces children to French through story and rhyme

Unforgettable French – the 2nd edition, with practice exercises in addition to great memory tricks, is now available

Physical French Phonics – an award-winning, multisensory approach to teaching French phonics.

J’aime Beaucoup Chanter en Français – our newest resource contains 20 French songs for use in primary school sung to well-known tunes

If that isn’t enough to entice you to our stand we are also participating in the Language World Prize Draw which gives you the chance to win over £1000 of Language resources.

Get signed up now if you haven’t already – http://www.all-languages.org.uk/events/language_world/language_world_2014


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