Book: Making every MFL lesson count by @Ni_Principal via @CrownHousePub

Published by Crown House Published

Making Every MFL Lesson Count: Six principles to support modern foreign language teaching

£12.99*
9.3

Content

9.0/10

Accessible

9.5/10

Authority

8.5/10

Value

9.5/10

Pedagogical

10.0/10

Pros

  • Underpinned by six pedagogical principles – challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning.
  • Easily accessible for MFL secondary teachers who want to spice up their teaching and learning activities.
  • Classroom examples scattered throughout the book helping to relate with everyday MFL classroom experiences.
  • Explores some of the more challenges aspects of teaching MFL, including grammar, context and functions.
  • Offers a range of accessible classroom activities that should support the development of pupils at all levels of MFL.

Supported by Crown House Publishing

Writing in the practical, engaging style of the award-winning Making Every Lesson Count, experienced Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) teacher James A. Maxwell empowers educators with the strategies and know-how to boost their students’ attainment, engagement and enthusiasm in the MFL classroom.

Making Every MFL Lesson Count is underpinned by six pedagogical principles – challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning – and helps MFL teachers ensure that students leave their lessons with richer vocabulary, a better grasp of grammar and the skills and confidence to put the language learnt into practice. Bursting with templates, examples and flexible frameworks, this gimmick-free guide provides educators with a range of practical techniques designed to enhance their students’ linguistic awareness and help them transfer the target language into long-term memory.

James skilfully marries evidence-based practice with collective experience and, in doing so, inspires a challenging approach to secondary school MFL teaching. Furthermore, he concludes each chapter with a series of questions that will inspire reflective thought and encourage teachers to relate the content to their own classroom practice.

Suitable for MFL teachers of students aged 11–18 years.

 

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