Hello fellow MFL teachers, I have just been working on revamping our schemes of work in French, German, Spanish and Italian. My motto has been to "step away from booking a hotel room" and to try to make MFL lessons more relevant. I started by looking at how we teach colours and then my PGCE student (who is awesome) told me that she had to do a CLIL lesson. So we combined the two and she presented a fabulous (or outstanding) lesson on Seurat and shades of colour and emotions related to colours. The students sat with a rapt expression on their faces, spoke to each other and us in French and then created some experimental Seurat type pieces, their use of colours and trying to create new names for colours was great. I wish I had come up with this years ago and must give Kate her credit. So now I am going to extend this lesson and look at Klimt and I wondered if the hispanists or Italian teachers had any ideas for artists we could use.