1) Today’s presentations, notes and resources :
2) More on transition :
3) ALL Primary roadshow on using literature and Spanish resources (attached)
4) List of flashcards activities (put together by Clare Seccombe, attached)
5) Have you ordered your freebies for European Day of Languages yet ? It’ll be here before you know it ! FREE RESOURCES about Europe inc books, bunting etc ; get the form here ! http://ec.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/information/publications/index_en.htm
6) Register with Europe Direct newsletter for more opportunities and free resources !
7) You can apply for grants to help with languages projects here http://davidbucklandtrust.com/
8) Link to my blog mentioning inflatable microphones and where to get them from
9) Links to etwinning through the British Council and free courses abroad
http://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/index.htm ; http://www.leaponline.eu/cft/
10) Training on the use of literature – see below
Free PD workshop : Literature and the use of authentic texts
Join us with Network for Languages and ALL NE at our latest professional development in Newcastle.
In this session, René Koglbauer, President of the Association for Language Learning, Director of Network for Languages North East and Deputy Head of the School of Education at Newcastle University, and Liz Black, Languages Consultant and freelance author, will explore how materials can be exploited and how the use of literature and authentic texts can enhance Schemes of Work. René and Liz have been working together on various projects for a number of years and are both passionate about supporting language departments and language teaching and learning.
Date : Tuesday 23rd June 2015
Time : 4.30 - 6.30pm
Workshop : Literature and the use of authentic texts
Venue : King George VI Building, School of Education Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU.
To register for this workshop, please email me at email@example.com or reserve your space via this link.
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12) I've also attached the recipe for the cake I made and brought as a couple of people asked for it! 😉