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MFL Schemes of Work

Discussion in 'Primary' started by rc07, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. rc07

    rc07 New commenter

    As MFL subject leader I am trying to research possible new schemes of work for Spanish (school currently does French but I am not a French speaker so may be changing). Can anyone recommend a Spanish scheme that is good but also good value for money? I have heard some good things about La Jolie Ronde but would be good to get some first hand recommendations.
     
  2. rc07

    rc07 New commenter

    As MFL subject leader I am trying to research possible new schemes of work for Spanish (school currently does French but I am not a French speaker so may be changing). Can anyone recommend a Spanish scheme that is good but also good value for money? I have heard some good things about La Jolie Ronde but would be good to get some first hand recommendations.
     
  3. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Two outstanding teachers of Spanish at Primary are Isabelle Jones & Lisa Stevens
    at http://isabellejones.blogspot.com/ & http://lisibo.co.uk/ respectively. Clare Seccombe also does some gret work so try looking at the blogs & doing a search & see if that turns anything up.
     
  4. We use the Catherine Cheater scheme of work for french, it's also available in Spanish. Many teachers were sceptic to teaching French but are getting on really well with the scheme. It helps that our county has produced powerpoints with native speakers to go with all lessons.
     
  5. Geekie

    Geekie New commenter

    I use Jolie Ronde for Spanish. It's not bad, but there are some (I think) omissions. For example, it goes in Y3 from easy things like greetings, colours and numbers straight into opinions of plural nouns. It's v difficult to do opinions in Spanish without knowing about nouns, gender and number, so I inserted an extra unit to do this. I have put here http://www.sunderlandschools.org/mfl-sunderland/resources-pr-sp.htm all the resources that I have made so far to go with it.
    Hope this helps
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