An introduction to basic greetings, saying hello, goodbye and good morning/evening.
Do you wish you could have your very own MFL teacher? Someone who knows how to deliver fun and engaging MFL lessons? Someone who has perfect pronunciation? Someone who could be there at the touch of the button?
Someone without an annual contract and weekly fee?
We believe there can be no substitute for teaching MFL with a specialist teacher who has the in depth knowledge of the subject, the correct pronunciation, the ability to teach in the target language… the list goes on. However, we accept that for many schools with budget and timetable constraints this just isn’t possible. That is why our team have created My MFL teacher.
Our aim is to bring you your own MFL teacher with:
- Videos showing the teacher delivering a lesson to students, your class will feel as though they are joining in with the lesson
- Powerpoints to help teachers recap and reinforce vocabulary, giving the non-specialist the support they need to feel confident
- Powerpoints to help recap important grammar points and pronunciation, ensuring children learn these important transferrable skills from the start
Activities to allow children to practise what they have studied, to allow teacher to assess progression.
How to say your name and ask for other people’s.
All the colours and a look at how adjectives agree in Spanish.
The numbers up to 31.
The days of the week in Spanish.
The months of the year in Spanish.
Asking if you have a pet, saying if you do or don’t and the most common pets.
We also look at singular and plural nouns.
Asking if you have a sibling, saying if you do or don’t and all the most common relatives.
We look at singular and plural nouns in greater detail.
A look at the most popular holidays and festivals in Spain, concentrating on dates, using our knowledge of months, numbers & days of the week.
A look at Christmas, the festive period and the many differences between this time of year in Spain and the UK.