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Current ideas and practice in the teaching of modern foreign languages
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Growing up bilingual: Dual-language upbringing reflected in young children's ... - Medical Xpress

Growing up bilingual: Dual-language upbringing reflected in young children's ... - Medical Xpress | MFL Matters | Scoop.it
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How do these bilingual parents use their two languages when interacting with their young children?
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Teaching MFL: Pedagogical approaches that work. « headguruteacher | Tools for the Classroom

Teaching MFL: Pedagogical approaches that work. « headguruteacher | Tools for the Classroom | MFL Matters | Scoop.it
Modern Languages is one of the great strengths of my school. You can read about our intensive KS3 curriculum in this issue of Learning Lessons by AST and Director of Leading Edge, Jane Breen. It describes how we give ...
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Google Translates the 'Fresh Prince' Rap Into 64 Languages and Back - The Atlantic

Google Translates the 'Fresh Prince' Rap Into 64 Languages and Back - The Atlantic | MFL Matters | Scoop.it
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Will Smith's classic lines get flipped and turned upside down in the video below, at the mercy of Google's Translate algorithms.
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Oh, the dangers of Google Translate - the lazy student's highway to linguistic disaster

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The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkit - Resources - TES

The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkit - Resources - TES | MFL Matters | Scoop.it
Designed to reduce planning time and focus on key learning phases within a lesson.

Remember - as of Sept. 2012 - Ofsted no longer require a lesson plan for inspected lessons, but evidence of 'a planned lesson!
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Passing this round school at the moment - favourable responses - surely this is the way forward

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