Building a Stronger KS3 in MFL

  • Teach an up-to-date KS3 curriculum in readiness for the new GCSE
  • A health check for Y7-Y9, focusing on:
    • appropriate scheme of work priorities
    • planning backwards techniques
    • effective use of assessment
  • Best practice in key aspects of the curriculum
    • Curriculum 2014: are you fully on track?
    • The ‘raising the bar’ agenda
Martine Pillette

Martine Pillette

Dates: 6th Mar 2018, 7th Mar 2018, 15th Mar 2018

Martine Pillette is an independent consultant, trainer and author specialising in MFL at KS2-5. She is regularly involved in national initiatives and is well-known for providing engaging, practical training. Much of her current work addresses issues recently raised by Ofsted.

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Auditing your new MFL curriculum

Ofsted on KS3: key concerns and solutions

Curriculum improvements: planning for impact

KS3 and the new GCSE: joined-up thinking

The EBacc: gearing up for increased uptake at KS4:

Your school’s assessment model: making it work in MFL

 

A strong springboard towards the new GCSE: a how-to guide

Plan for sustained progress

Ensure the perfect skills/content balance

Promote independent learning

Ensure maximal learner engagement

Adopt meaningful assessment practices

 

A KS3 languages toolkit

Spontaneous talk: from wishful thinking to reality

Grammar and creativity: friends, not foes

Top tips for translation

Authentic resources: ways and means

Literary texts: how to embrace the challenge

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£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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