Do you want all of the students in your languages classroom to be engaged every lesson?
Are all of your students making progress during your lessons, and able to see how they have improved?
Is planning differentiation sometimes a chore and an add-on, rather than a central strand of the success criteria?
Differentiation is at the very heart of effective teaching and learning in languages. Even in mixed-ability settings, all pupils can make great progress, and individualised learning is key to this. Differentiation should not require extra time and effort. Learn the techniques and apply them effectively and efficiently. That is what this course is all about.
Delivered by an experienced trainer, teacher and author, explore what effective differentiation in the languages classroom can look like. Discover how improving students’ autonomy and individualising learning opportunities can lead to outstanding progress for all, a happy classroom, and improved uptake of the subject.
This course has been updated in view of the new MFL curriculum, but retains the core ideas that have so enthused previous delegates.
- Discover how to ensure that all lessons aim for outstanding progress for all
- Learn how to plan for inclusion quickly and easily
- Gain experience in employing key forms of differentiation effectively
- Understand the importance of putting individual pupil progress at the forefront of all lessons
- How to prevent lack of time from being a barrier to great differentiation
Making growth mind-set a reality in MFL
Modelling and targeting – pupils aiming above their ‘best’
The beauty of inclusion – happy classrooms
How to differentiate – the full toolkit
Quick differentiation techniques leading to outstanding learning
Inclusive, engaging MFL lessons
Making the new curriculum work – new skills for all
Target language, the four skills, engagement and motivation
Feedback everywhere – narrowing gaps, collaborative learning and progress for everyone
Activities and lesson plans – proven, exciting, inclusive
Progress for all in MFL
Great plenaries – new approaches to inclusive discussions, and gauging progress of all
Targeting progress – pupils who understand where they are and how to progress
Skill up MFL students to provide great feedback
Reviewing, personalising and improving lesson plans – even better next time!