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Free creative teaching resources – Science in French!

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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Free creative teaching resource – what do they think they know?

How can you pinpoint what your students know (or think they know) so you can monitor their learning and adjust your teaching accordingly?

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Free creative teaching resource – Unforgettable French

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.

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Free creative teaching resource – How much do you use the right side of your brain?

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?

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Free creative teaching resource – the psychology of shopping

Do your pupils realise that £14.99 is actually very nearly £15 or do they perceive it as only £14?

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Publisher speaks on ‘International Success’

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

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