Here is the presentation for the session delivered for lovely ITT students at Westdene. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any more questions.
This year’s programme offers a wide range of session with the emphasis very much on ‘hands-on’ workshops. Delegates can choose their workshops and sessions to meet their individual needs, and will have lots of opportunity to really get to grips with the new ideas being demonstrated – and share good practice in a nurturing environment.
This event is renowned for its friendly and supportive atmosphere, and everyone will find a full range of workshops and seminars to suit their needs. Whilst many sessions have an ICT focus, there are plenty of other sessions which serve to exemplify many aspects of creative and inspiring MFL teaching and learning.
The conference is supported by a sizeable exhibition of sponsors, including top publishers, software companies and other resource providers.
This year will include sessions on:
Using iOs android Apps for interactive learning, iTunes, Podcasts and other for personalised learning, designing an MFL App, ‘Animating’ grammar. peer and self assessment through mobile technology
Using Twitter and other social media tools such as Edmodo & Posterous, effective Blogging, WIKIs and using online tools to record & share learning
Making the most of Web 2.0 Technologies
A range of workshops to showcase how to get the best learning from Web 2,0 tools such as exploring Google Apps, using Tarzia, Vocaroo, and Voicethread to name but a few.
The Global classroom
Developing and using international links effectively, eTwinning, using authentic materials, developing ICU through online resources, setting up a WIKI to promote your department, using Edmodo, the changing face of CPD
Explore ways to develop pupils speaking skills through social media, on line tools, A level debating ideas, recording methods and more
Closing the gap
Way to support SEN students using technology, supporting speech and language development, promoting Solo taxonomy, developing Maths skills through MFL, understanding the learning process, subtitling for learning
Show and Tell
The conference will also include the usual free ‘Show and Tell’ event on Saturday evening – kindly hosted this year by Televic Education. This soiree encourages everyone to showcase good ideas and fun activities for the classroom. This is a much more informal gathering of colleagues, always great fun and a good chance to network
Early bird rate available until 30th November 2012
After that date, Standard rate: £175 for both days / £125 for one day
Concessionary rates available for Postgraduate students
To book go to the Languages South East website:
It was a real joy to chat with the PGCE students at Sussex today.
As promised here are the materials :
Many thanks to Elaine Taylor who delivered a fabulously informative and reassuring course for us today.
Copies of the materials can be found below:
Supplementary_subject-specific_guidance_for_ML – guidance only
Languages South East – ppt
Ten tasks for talking…. – ppt
The contact details for M.Yves Letournel , the Language Attaché at the Institut Francais are firstname.lastname@example.org and the contact number is 0207 073 1308.
It was a pleasure to meet such a lovely bunch of ladies today- all embarking on their no doubt glittering teaching careers in earnest.
Here are the attachments I promised for you to look at : I hope you found the day useful to collect your thoughts and reflect on your practice.
I can’t upload the video due to it’s size, but its a teachers TV clip called ‘Moving from good to outstanding’ if you want to try and google it.
NSC – ideas for the classroom
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00qrjvn – this is the website we talked about showing the famous sporting figures talking about MFL
http://1jour1actu.com/dossierclesactu/ – this is the other website I couldn’t remember which has lots of really accessible reading materials and ready made resources.
We do take notice of the learning environment – this is the handout we used today which was not included in your materials.
Don’t forget to check out your local MFL events on ALLnet (http://www.all-languages.org.uk/join/join_us) and also follow the Network for Languages for your region – especially the forthcoming South East Region Reading University Event on 26th June at https://www.languagessoutheast.ac.uk/events/oxfordshireberkshire-languages-conference-0 and the ICT #Ililc3 event in February 2013 at https://www.languagessoutheast.ac.uk/events/ict-and-languages-conference-2013-ililc3-jailbreaking-languages-classroom which offers a preferential rate for NQT’s if you book now. ( As does ALL – so get on and join quick!)
Best regards to you all in your journey on in teaching – don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want any follow up.
Language World 2012, 30-31 March, University of Manchester: Languages for All – Defining Today, Transforming Tomorrow!
Two great workshops this week, one at Mountbatten School in Romsey and one at Oxford Brookes University
Below are a selection of the resources used, which might vary slightly from those supplied by Languages South East .
Taking place at Southampton University on 25th-26th February, ililc 2012 is THE must attend event of the year. A smorgasbord of exciting seminars and hands-on workshops await the lucky delegates and the opportunities to network with like-minded colleagues is vast.
Book by the end of this month for the amazing early bird rate and start sorting your transport and accommodation now!
Come along too to the free MFL Show and Tell event on the Saturday night at The Highfield House Hotel where everyone is welcome to speak, sing a song or play the ukulele, if you fancy (at no additional cost)!
For those arriving on the Friday, we will be having a get together at Ceno restaurant as well. Would be great to see you there!
Check out this Google Map for more details and contact Zena Hilton on email@example.com or call 023 8059 9135 if you have any queries. Follow #ililc2 on Twitter too to find out about the latest developments!