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Teaching foundation and higher with new Spanish specs

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by alischool, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. alischool

    alischool New commenter

    How many of your schools teach Foundation and Higher entries in the same Spanish teaching groups at KS4?
     
  2. Soloyo

    Soloyo New commenter

    I'm doing this for the first time this year, have 27 students in the most mixed group imaginable. Must admit I'm finding it challenging...
     
  3. LTarantini-Amor

    LTarantini-Amor New commenter

    I have mixed groups but I never been able to do it using different textbooks. I stick to one textbook and extend or simplify as needed. I also start the highervkids on something independent while I deliver material to the foundation kids. It rarely works the other way around unfortunately.
     

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