Tag Archives: languages

One today!

Happy birthday! it’s been exactly a year since this blog was born. As I said, it is a quiet wee blog, it doesn’t get huge traffic but it serves its purpose to be my sounding board and reflective journal for … Continue reading

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I really love the new Radiolingua Languages Advent Calendar : learn how to say Happy Christmas in a different language every day for advent, and a wee bit more as well.  We tune in at breakast for our daily lesson! Another … Continue reading

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The future of teacher education

This morning, being another stuck-in-the-snow day (groan), I listened to the MFL flashmeeting that happened last night. It was really nice to see all the folks who were taking part – some of them do feel like real friends now, even … Continue reading

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The Myth Busters

I am really inspired by the spirit, energy and commitment of my languages friends and colleagues on twitter. In response to a radio 4 programme on why learn languages this week, they refused to accept the same old clichés and arguments about the parlous … Continue reading

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