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MFL assembly ideas

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Lara mfl 05, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    I generally start from some misconceptions about the country/people and then move on to 'true' facts'.
     
  2. whapbapboogy

    whapbapboogy New commenter

    make it interactive- do a quizzy type presentation and have a choice of three answers- the kids point right for one answer. left for another, straight up for another.
     
  3. Geekie

    Geekie Occasional commenter

    Primary or secondary ?
     
  4. aventura

    aventura New commenter

    Hi! Thanks for the ideas so far ;) It is a secondary assembly. Last year I had a few of them performing a short fragment of the Spanish play "Tres sombreros de copa", a short salsa dance and my Y12 made a music video which we projected on a board. This year I wanted to make it more interactive and fun, but my inspiration seems to have left me :(
     
  5. noemie

    noemie Occasional commenter

    My colleague just did one today which went down a storm. She did a sort of "call my bluff" game with two teams of three teachers (non MFL): display one very unknown word on the board (from memory, she had entremesa, preu, can't remember the others!), each teacher reads out one possible definition of the word, other team tries to guess which one is true.You can get audience participation by asking them to vote which definition they think is correct. Everyone loved it!
     
  6. aventura

    aventura New commenter

    It sounds like a great idea!!!It'd be fun and the students like it when teachers get on the stage. My students have discussed recreating a Spanish lesson, meaning writing a short play where one is the teacher and a few otherrs perform as the students, but making it fun and interactive and getting two teachers of other subjects to participate as students too. I'm not convinced about it:/, so I better get preparing some "Call my bluff" style questions!!!Thanks a lot for you idea [​IMG]
     
  7. whapbapboogy

    whapbapboogy New commenter

    thanks, noemie! Will nick your idea, if you don't mind! Thanks for sharing! [​IMG]
     
  8. noemie

    noemie Occasional commenter

    I'll pass on your congratulations to my colleague, it's all her idea! She is a fantastic teacher and the game went down a treat with students and staff alike!
     

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