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Click here for the presentation I have shown: version to show French Teachers’ Day 5 October 2019 phonics
Click here for my presentation plus extra links and notes: French Teachers’ Day 5 October 2019 phonics
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Below are some of my takeaways!

Have you registered with IFprofs yet? It is a free network of French teachers around the world!

Are you using the Primary French Project? If not (yet), check it out here: it is a free scheme of work for non-specialist (specialists can use it too!) teachers in England!

The Culturethèque website has so many resources available to you, including many picture books! Check it out!

Do you fancy going to Montpellier with your pupils or by yourslef to upskill? Then check out this website and get in touch with them!

I was totally inspired by Catherine Cheater to try the Primary French Project scheme of work (mine needed updated): I am so glad I did, my pupils and I love it!

I got to see Nadine Chadier in action in her schools and her work truly is inspiring. Here are her top tips for CLIL; she also has a Pinterest board with her school Rhodes Avenue which you will want to check out here, including many links to songs relevant to our primary curriculum.

Julie reminded us about what a fabulous resource TV5 Monde is for learners and for teachers at all ages and levels. We focused on cartoons for primary school children; they have activities to go with them, and you can download the great resource pack 1,2,3, Tivi5 Monde, all for free, here!
It was a fantastic day, and it is hard to give it justice… Please tell me below if you were there and you think I have forgotten something crucial or would like to add something about different workshops! Merci !
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