Miss B Have
About MeI'm a languages teacher, at least I'm trying to be. One of the many recent PGCE graduates unable to complete their NQT year. In the mean time I'm on supply, meaning I go where I'm sent, teach what I'm told to but on the up side, don't have to plan or mark. Every cloud has a silver lining :).
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I bought this book for a friend, and I liked it so much I’m very tempted to get myself a copy. It’s full of interesting tidbits that you might have known once but have probably forgotten, such as SOHCAHTOA, the … Continue reading
This is an excellent self-study course, which can get you to a level of french competence in no time at all. If I get my place on my PGCE it will be due in no small part to having completed … Continue reading
I’ve found a very useful learning french website. The idea is that you listen to the podcasts – they do the conversation twice, then explain the new vocab. It’s very good. I’m currently listening to one about the Bejing Olympics!
This book by Amanda Barton is one of a series of ‘Getting the Buggers to…‘ books. Barton concentrates on the age old problem of engaging students, and particularly boys, with the idea of language learning. Her main premise is that boys … Continue reading