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Current / recent pedagogical ideas

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by jennah, May 2, 2011.

  1. Sorry, as I realise this is quite a broad question. I'm preparing for an interview and I need ideas about current and recent pedagogical ideas in MFL and wider, but as I've been doing day to day supply for the last year, I feel a bit 'out of touch'. Is commenting on things like AFL still current?
     
  2. Sorry, as I realise this is quite a broad question. I'm preparing for an interview and I need ideas about current and recent pedagogical ideas in MFL and wider, but as I've been doing day to day supply for the last year, I feel a bit 'out of touch'. Is commenting on things like AFL still current?
     
  3. Yes AFL is still very important. Best to read the gov's education white paper online and maybe also BBC education for some up-to-date ideas.
    Hope this helps!
     
  4. AFL is one of those pedagogies that they try to make apply to all subjects. If you want something specific to MFL, I suggest the Michel Thomas Method for Schools, which is very recent, and enables excellent learning outcomes, and consequently excellent results.
     

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