Modern Foreign Languages
Teaching School Subjects 11-19
Published December 20th 2007 by Routledge – 200 pages
Series: Teaching School Subjects 11-19
Covering the training standards for NQTs and the Induction Standards and also fully exploring issues to do with subject knowledge in learning to teach, this is the essential guide for teachers of foreign languages. Acknowledging that an essential element of a secondary teacher's identity is tied up with their subject taught, the book is divided into three sections:
This book aims to provide stimulating assistance to subject specialists by helping them find ways of thinking about their specialism, how to teach with it, and how to enagage with what pupils learn through it.
Written with teachers of modern foreign languages in the years of their early professional development in mind, this book is also suitable for those on PGCE courses, those in their induction year, and those in years two and three of their teaching career.
Part 1: Key Pedagogical Issues and Planning 1. Communicative Approaches to Modern Foreign Language Teaching and Using Target Language 2. Planning Modern Foreign Language Lessons 3. Presenting New Vocabulary and Structures4. Developing Modern Foreign Language Skills through Formative AssessmentPart 2: Developing Key Skills, Knowledge and Understanding 5. Developing Modern Foreign Language Listening Skills 6. Developing Speaking Skills in the Modern Foreign Language7. Use of Storylines to Develop Reading and Writing Skills8. Grammar in the Modern Foreign Language Classroom9. Cultural Awareness and Visits Abroad10. Internet-based Approaches to Modern Foreign Language Teaching and LearningPart 3: Broadening Your Perspective 11. Why Teach MFL at KS2?12. Working with
Norbert Pachler is Associate Dean: Initial and Continuing Professional Development and Co-Director: Centre for Excellence for Work-based Learning for Education Professionals at the Institute of Education, University of London.
Michael Evans is Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Cambridge.
Shirley Lawes is part-time PGCE tutor, St Martin's College and Research Officer, Oxford University, Department of Educational Studies.