It really is easy to introduce French across the curriculum, bringing the language to life and making it meaningful by linking it to other subjects using a Content Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach.
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How can you pinpoint what your students know (or think they know) so you can monitor their learning and adjust your teaching accordingly?
Are your pupils having trouble making French vocabulary and grammar ‘stick’. Try introducing these verbs and memory tricks to them and see their confidence increase.
As you may know, our brains have two sides – a left and right side. The left side is very good at knowing and labelling things. So, what do we use the right side for?
Do your pupils realise that £14.99 is actually very nearly £15 or do they perceive it as only £14?
Leading businesswoman Priscilla Hannaford, CEO of Brilliant Publications, was in Frankfurt last week speaking at the Frankfurt Book Fair. The event, titled: “International Success Stories”, was aimed at promoting international trade in the educational books market.
Focusing largely on the need for a creative approach to teaching at a young age, Priscilla spoke on how Brilliant Publications’ success stems from concentrating on the niche markets, which the mainstream publishing companies neglect. As a result, Brilliant Publications have found an international market for their books, with books published in Germany, Turkey, Australia, South Korea and Mexico, amongst others. Continue reading