9 March 2010 1.

30 – 5pm

Curriculum Developments in

Presenters: Isabelle Jones (Regional Subject Adviser – New Curriculum for Modern Languages) Jane Full (Regional Subject Adviser – New Curriculum for Modern Languages) Tuesday 9 March 2010 Hosted by Links into Languages, University of Manchester

New Curriculum for Modern Languages
Target Audience: Phase: Secondary Date: Tuesday 9th March 2010 Time: 1.30pm – 5.00pm Venue: University of Manchester, Sackville Street, Manchester M13 9PL Fee: Free This course is aimed at all MFL teachers. There will be two workshops: Embedding Thinking Skills in your MFL lessons How Thinking Skills can be integrated as part of everyday classroom activities: • Strategies for embedding Thinking Skills in Schemes of Work • Ideas for developing a repertoire of Thinking Skills activities • Strategies for differentiating Thinking Skills activities • Using ICT to support the development of Thinking Skills resources
Isabelle Jones has 16 years of experience teaching French and Spanish. She has been a Head of Languages since 2002 and she is a lead teacher for Oldham SLN. Her areas of special interests are ICT, Intercultural Understanding and Thinking Skills.

Refreshments will be The newly repurposed KS3 Framework provided An overview of the changes to the Framework, effective from September 2009 with lots of real classroom examples.
Jane Full is an AST and teaches at Hayle Community School, Cornwall. She is a Regional Subject Adviser for ALL, for the South West, and enjoys sharing ideas with teachers who are embracing the new KS3 Programme of Study and National Curriculum.

Course Application Form

Date & course Number 9th March 2010 Curriculum Developments In Modern Languages

Venue University of Manchester Sackville Street Building Manchester M13 9PL

Times 1.30 – 5.00pm

Name of delegate …………………………………… School …………………………………………………… School Address …………………………………………………………………………………………………… Postcode …………………… Tel: No …………………………………… Delegate’s email address ……………………………………………………………………………… Please return to Frank O’Donnell or email it to Frank.O'Donnell@manchester.ac.uk by 2 March 2010 at Links into Languages School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures Room H25 Sackville Street Building University of Manchester Oxford Road Manchester, M13 9PL

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