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MFL Resources - post your links here!

Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by garetht1, Jan 23, 2019.

  1. garetht1

    garetht1 New commenter

    Hello everyone!

    I had an idea, why doesn't everyone who shares/sells teaching resources for Modern Foreign Languages just leave a comment with a link to their 'shop' here. It'll be much easier to find each other and I'd like to follow people to learn when they upload new material quicker.

    I produce resources for Spanish, Mandarin, French and Welsh and my shop is here:
    https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/garetht1

    Looking forward to seeing your shops too!

    :)Thanks,
    Garetht1
     
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  2. Dodros

    Dodros Star commenter

    Hi, Gareth and all MFLers! Now retired, I was a secondary school teacher of French, German, ICT and students with special educational needs (SEN). I still do unpaid voluntary work in the SEN department of the school where I worked throughout my teaching career.

    I was somewhat bemused to discover recently that I do indeed have a TES "shop", because all my resources are free of charge to download and I intend them to remain so. Created when I was in full-time teaching, they evolved in response to what I perceived to be gaps or mismatches in commercial educational publishing.

    My "shop" - I prefer the term "resource bank" - can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Dodros. My MFL resources are for French, German and Spanish. They are designed to be of interest and use to teachers and learners of MFL at KS3 and KS4.

    My "shop" also has cross-curricular materials I hope are of interest and use to SEN professionals and to all secondary school subject departments teaching students with SEN. By way of example, I have posted bibliographies focusing on the implications of SEN for each National Curriculum core and foundation subject, including MFL, for which I have located over 2000 references.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2019
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  3. hasslethehog

    hasslethehog New commenter

    Hi, excellent idea!

    I'm Alix and I run a TES shop under the name HassleTheHoG (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/hasslethehog) which specialises in German teaching resources.

    I've taught in a comprehensive school, a private school, and a sixth form college, and I also dabble in exam marking, resource writing and private tutoring. My most recent resources (aimed at the A Level German syllabus) have been specifically made to meet the needs of this exam, and fill a gap in what was available on TES: simple resources which prepare students for tricky exam topics at A Level. I'm currently working on completing my range for the Edexcel A Level, and I plan to create a range of model essays for the A Level exam in the spring.

    Looking forward to 'meeting' other authors!

    Alix
     
  4. lentils22

    lentils22 New commenter

    Hi everyone. Always a pleasure to link up with fellow MFL-ers! Like you, Dodros, I hadn't realised I was in possession of a "shop"! Anyway, all my resources are free-of-charge and are mostly KS4 and KS5 French and German resources, especially for AQA qualifications:

    https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/lentils22
     
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    acano1 New commenter

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  13. oignon

    oignon New commenter

    Hi all,
    I am "the MFL specialist" and I create resources for French and occasionally for Greek. I reacently started uploading a new series of resources for A Level and GSCE French with materials I have been using with students from various countries to help them improve their speaking and writing. Here is the link to my shop
    https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/oignon
     

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