Possibly the biggest lament of language teachers in my department and across the country is this: Schools vary on this. It was not triple impact marking or deep marking or excessive dialogue. Scores of anything higher and they might need to consider the occasional full stop! The question is now what to do about the less-dedicated ones but that is another blog post!
Enjoy yourself, rest, have some fun , have some more fun and be ready to go again on Monday. They started with Homework grids but they were hard to make up for staff and there wasn’t much benefit for the pupils re more doing it, etc. She then gets on with exercises that challenge, extend, consolidate and deepen her learning. I would also counsel that you tell them to avoid the blindingly obvious and go for a more horrible histories style in their research. Newer Post Older Post Home. There are some brilliant worksheets out there on websites such as TES and the excellent Frenchteacher.
Jonathan aka trekkiep mentioned that his school has a 5 period day with period 6 for kids who don’t submit HW during the day. The next chapter does not reinforce them at all. Google it, you will see why it is such a cool festival!
They use them in technology, science, maths and even history when composing essays. Enjoy yourself, rest, have some funhave some more fun and be ready to go again on Monday. The stamps contain jfl such as:.
Again the specimen papers for the new GCSE could be used in this way. Initially, I did not mark much of her work to keep her confidence levels high but we had an ongoing dialogue on the problem page.
Neither do the three after that! For all the sessions, there were a lot of good ideas from the audience, and this was no exception. Some would like to drop their marking pile in a woodchipping machine. I thought I would do the same but with an MFL slant. What can we do to make it purposeful for pupils? I think there is a place for it, but video selection needs to be carefully done.
By testing it, you will give it value. My Head of Department posed a difficult question last week: Watch for the kid at about the second mark with his encyclopaedic knowledge of butterflies….
She then gets on with exercises that challenge, extend, consolidate and deepen her learning.
Languages and Learning: #ililc5 James Gardner @langnut Takeaway Homework
They are then set homework to learn these phrases and tested on them in the subsequent lesson. This excellent with the advent of the new GCSE takexway the greater focus on being able to manipulate language.
Once the rationale was explained, most students went for it. Prove to me beyond all reasonable doubt.
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I do a form of Takeaway Homework with A level already but this session has made me think seriously about how to introduce it at KS3. Sometimes pupils must do something specific eg vocabulary revision but generally all homeworks are a free choice from the menu.
They have a sheet in their books that has the endings and the persons along with a table of irregulars. The big question with the sheet is: Some may disagree but I find this visually powerful for the kids.
Finally he has added vocabulary desserts.
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Prim suggested adapting the above menu to have a points score, a little like Vocabulary Man which is yomework mentioned on the MFL Resources forum. As MFL teachers, we know the value of vocabulary learning but how can you ensure that they have actually learnt it.
The pupils could be set a tarif of 50 points so they could do 5 x 10 point tasks or one 50 pointer. There are some brilliant worksheets out there on websites such as TES and the excellent Frenchteacher.