Wasn’t Languages World great!

This is for teachers who were at Languages World and are looking for things they heard about there.

If you were in Rachel Hawkes’s talk, and you are interested in Adult Learners in lessons, then look at the Linkedup TWO page.
If you were in Sarah Schechter’s talk and you are interested in the Languages Challenge, there is a page with the challenges on.
If you are interested in doing Greenscreen filming as in the Show and Tell, there are instructions for using Debugmode Wax here: Greenscreen Film Editing Instructions
If you went to Miss Shepheard-Walwyn and my talk, then the main things you might be looking for are:

For Projects with tangible outcomes, see the Linkedup ONE page, and also this front page for news of the projects as they happened.
For an overview of the activities that go with the Keep Talking sheet, see the Linkedup TWO page – the adult learners in lessons document.
The Booklets page will have more stuff on different topics in French.
For German and Spanish resources click on the link in the Blogroll to the Vincent Everett Page on the London branch of ALL website.
For the Cake and Snow posters, see Linkedup ONE.
For the Fridge Sheet, see Resources for Learning
For things like the skislope and the tree and the children’s book, see Pupils’ Work.

Here’s the powerpoint, but you’ll have to link it to the documents above. If you look on my Teacher Tube site (google northgate French Teacher Tube) you can even find some of the greenscreen films. In fact click on this video – it helps explain the first half of Saturday’s talk.

snow cake planes web version


One response to “Wasn’t Languages World great!

  1. Pingback: UEA PGCE Talk | Languages at Northgate High, Dereham

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