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Teaching Primary French

Everything a Non-Specialist Needs to Teach Primary Fren

Amanda Barton Angela McLachlan



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01 March 2016
Primary & middle schools; Teachers' classroom resources & material; Educational: Languages other than English; Languages & ESL; French - Children's Texts; French - Teachers' Resources; French - Languages
Teaching Primary French offers a jam-packed, practical and easy-to-apply programme to plan and deliver effective primary lessons that will inspire your class and extend their knowledge. Linked to the National Curriculum guidelines for KS1 and KS2, each chapter addresses a specific topic and includes extracts from the curriculum itself, alongside a helpful summary, relevant French vocabulary lists, cross-curricular links, and three fully-formed lesson plans. If you are a primary practitioner, a language tutor, or a subject co-ordinator who wants to plan and deliver an engaging programme in your classroom, an after-school club, or across your whole school, this book is for you!
By:   Amanda Barton, Angela McLachlan
Imprint:   Bloomsbury
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 246mm,  Width: 189mm, 
Weight:   241g
ISBN:   9781472920683
ISBN 10:   1472920686
Series:   Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics
Pages:   112
Publication Date:   01 March 2016
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Language:   French
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dr. Amanda Barton is Honorary Lecturer in PGCE Modern Foreign Languages at the Institute of Education, University of Manchester, UK, and an educational consultant. She has taught in primary and secondary schools and has written extensively about teaching foreign languages in schools. Angela McLachlan is Subject Lead for Languages on the Primary PGCE and Secondary Teach First PGCE Programmes at the Institute of Education, University of Manchester. Angela also runs her own consultancy agency, `Lively Languages', aiming to bring languages and learning to life in the classroom.

Reviews for Teaching Primary French: Everything a Non-Specialist Needs to Teach Primary Fren

I'm very pleased with the Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics range and would highly recommend them to home school parents and new teachers too. There's a wealth of knowledge to be gained from them as well as lesson plans to guide you through each lesson ensuring you meet the criteria. In my mind, they are a great investment as they'll see you through all 6 years of Primary education. -- Nazira, A detailed collection of lesson plans aimed at KS2 teachers with everything you need to confidently teach French. Lessons build up from a starting point of exploring languages and cover a wide range of topics including food and drink, hobbies and weather. Subject knowledge and grammatical concepts are also explored, with clear links to the National Curriculum and progression throughout KS2. A handy summary box at the start of each sequence of lessons ensures you are well equipped with the necessary language skills to successfully teach the children all they need to know. Useful cross-curricular links are also provided. -- The Teacher Magazine, NUT

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