The X Factor – presentation about cross-curricular project for Music/MFL
Professeurphifix – Great website for authentic materials in a variety of subject areas and also grammar and phonics work in French
Secondary History Projects – from BBC with materials ripe to be adapted – castles, slave trade and the Armada!
World War 1 letters and biographies. – a moving website with lots of authentic writing to exploit
www.nosenfantsnousaccuseront-lefilm.com – film about residents in a small french town who set out to eradicate agro-chemical treated foods from their childrens school.
exploring_gd_mfl – ideas for exploring the global dimension for MFL in ways which links with other curriculum areas.
historyproject – Resources about Spanish Armada.
educ_president – Great TL worksheet on Presidentialism for use in sociology or citizenship
histoire_colomb – History worksheet on Christopher Columbus
Racisme – Interesting series of work in French about identity and race/racism.
Arc De Triomph student sheet for use with DT
Did you know? Language facts – Language Facts from all over the world in a ppt display
Reading Strategies Poster – Display for Reading skills, easily translatable and usable across the school. With thanks to Chestnut Grove School, Wandsworth.
http://blogs.tv5.org/my_petit_mundo – Perspectives on life around the world
http://www.scienceacross.org/ – Science cross curricular ideas and lesson outlines adapted for use with MFL
The following materials formed part of a recent cross-curricular conference for the Canterbury University ITT/GTP course and puts together lots of examples and ideas from a variety of subject areas.
soundbite tongue – Sound clip for Tongue Lesson
lesson-plan-tongue-1 – Lesson Plan – with thanks to Andrea Simpson, Lead Practitioner.
cinq_sens_animaux – PDF worksheet about Senses
Canterbury ITT, March 10th, 2011 – Cross Curricular working
The QCDA National Curriculum website ( http://curriculum.qcda.gov.uk/key-stages-3-and-4/subjects) has a great tool where you can reference strands of two curriculum areas to see how they inter-relate. Call up the programof study for your MFL, then click on the tab ‘MFL in context’ to cross reference the strands with other areas and Key stages. Really useful when planning cross-curricular work!