Tag Archives: Grammar

Translation is Back! 20 Ideas for Teaching Translation⤴

from @ My Languages

Last month, I was delighted to publish a translation resource on the fabulous Teachit site.
The resource is not language-specific and the ideas can be adapted to many languages.
I hope it is of use!




The resource can be downloaded as a free pdf at
http://www.teachitlanguages.co.uk/searchresults?resource=26267

Translation is Back! 20 Ideas for Teaching Translation⤴

from @ My Languages

Last month, I was delighted to publish a translation resource on the fabulous Teachit site.
The resource is not language-specific and the ideas can be adapted to many languages.
I hope it is of use!




The resource can be downloaded as a free pdf at
http://www.teachitlanguages.co.uk/searchresults?resource=26267

Language World 2016, 12th March 2016: Lost in Translation?⤴

from @ My Languages



Language World is the annual language conference organised by ALL, the Association for Language Learning. As always this was a great opportunity to meet like-minded colleagues and the atmosphere was as supportive and friendly as ever... If you are not yet an ALL member, join now!
 

Language World 2016, 12th March 2016: Lost in Translation?⤴

from @ My Languages



Language World is the annual language conference organised by ALL, the Association for Language Learning. As always this was a great opportunity to meet like-minded colleagues and the atmosphere was as supportive and friendly as ever... If you are not yet an ALL member, join now!
 

Technology In Language Teaching SANAKO Conference, Altrincham Grammar School for Boys, 22nd October 2015⤴

from @ My Languages

I had a lovely morning today at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys with fellow language teachers and the SANAKO team.
As promised, here are  the slides I used for the session...
 


Technology In Language Teaching SANAKO Conference, Altrincham Grammar School for Boys, 22nd October 2015⤴

from @ My Languages

I had a lovely morning today at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys with fellow language teachers and the SANAKO team.
As promised, here are  the slides I used for the session...
 


Motivating Tools for Reading and Writing in the EAL and MFL Classroom, Practical Pedagogies, International School of Toulouse, 16th October 2015⤴

from @ My Languages

I had a fantastic time at  #pracped15, the Practical Pedagogies conference organised by @russeltarr at the International School of Toulouse. It was great to meet new people and finally meet people I have interacted with online for a very long time. Last but not least, it was fabulous to learn so much from them in such a great location-but I would say that, wouldn't I? ;)

Here are the slides I used for my session:

 

Motivating Tools for Reading and Writing in the EAL and MFL Classroom, Practical Pedagogies, International School of Toulouse, 16th October 2015⤴

from @ My Languages

I had a fantastic time at  #pracped15, the Practical Pedagogies conference organised by @russeltarr at the International School of Toulouse. It was great to meet new people and finally meet people I have interacted with online for a very long time. Last but not least, it was fabulous to learn so much from them in such a great location-but I would say that, wouldn't I? ;)

Here are the slides I used for my session:

 

Liverpool MFL Conference, 6th July 2015, Jaguar Rover⤴

from @ My Languages

I had a great day in Liverpool at the conference organised by Hilary Jones of  Network for Languages North West. Other speakers included OFSTED inspector Liz Kelly and the fabulous Juliet Park.
A fantastically productive day!

As promised, here are the slides I used for my session: