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Induction Programme for Secondary NQTs – MFL ( NT001F) 14 June 2010 (session 3) Marwell Hotel. Jo Rhys-Jones: County Inspector/Adviser for Languages Jo Biddle: AST Wyvern School; Louise Wornell: AST Ringwood School. 09:00 – 09:30 Arrival & Coffee

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induction programme for secondary nqts mfl nt001f 14 june 2010 session 3 marwell hotel

Induction Programme for Secondary NQTs – MFL(NT001F) 14 June 2010 (session 3)Marwell Hotel

Jo Rhys-Jones: County Inspector/Adviser for Languages

Jo Biddle: AST Wyvern School;

Louise Wornell: AST Ringwood School.

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09:00 – 09:30 Arrival & Coffee

09:30 – 10:45 Session 1: What makes a Good Teacher Inspirational?

10:45 – 11:15 Tea & Coffee break

11:15 – 12:45 Session 2: Creativity & Enjoying your Teaching (with time to plan)

12:45 – 13:45 Lunch

13:45 – 15:15 Session 3: Active Learning & Engaging Every Student

15:15 – 15:30 Tea & Coffee break

15:30 – 16:00 Behaviour Management & Survival Techniques

16:00 Close

update
Update...
  • The Languages Diploma - is not going ahead.
  • Primary Languages - is a legal entitlement but may not become statutory in September 2011. However new coalition curriculum due in Autumn.
  • We might get some grade boundaries for the new GCSEs after the summer..
  • SLN groups - new funding for another year, details to come to schools soon.
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https://hampshirelanguages.wikispaces.com/MFL moodle - Hampshire space to share ideas, resources and forums availableWill eventually have all the Wizkid resources on it (though not as pretty layout) and can be edited by you...Eventually to be part of responsibility for a new LA-based AST.

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The Target Language in the MFL Classroom: What are the issues, what is the research evidence?June 19, 2010Department of Education, University of Oxford, 15 Norham GardensS02 Innovative curriculum design in languages: exploring opportunities for a more engaging and meaningful curriculumJune 30, 2010 Hove Park School, HoveHampshire Languages ConferenceOctober 7, 2010 Holiday Inn, EastleighICT Links into Languages(IOW ICT in MFL Conference finally on the mainland!)February 12, 2011 - February 13, 2011 University of Southampton

are any of these challenges still around today
Are any of these challenges still around today?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMdTBep3W9c&feature=related

session 1 what makes a good teacher inspirational
Session 1: What makes a good teacher inspirational?

Discuss & then feedback your partners ideas..

is an inspirational teacher the same as being outstanding using ofsted criteria
Is ‘an inspirational teacher’ the same as being ‘outstanding’ using Ofsted criteria?
ofsted 2010 features of an outstanding lesson
(Ofsted 2010) Features of an outstanding lesson:
  • In addition to the features of very good teaching (below), difficult ideas or skills, taught in an inspiring & very effective way indicate excellent teaching.
  • Assessment & teaching that enables pupils to play a very strong part in making & recognising improvement in their work is likely to be excellent. Almost all pupils have clear understanding of where to focus their efforts to improve.
  • All pupils engrossed in work & make much better progress than could be expected. Achievement very high, teaching consistently challenging & interesting stemming from excellent subject knowledge.
  • Match to pupils\' individual needs is sensitive & TAs support learning very well.
  • Assessment information used directly in planning.
  • Feedback on work (oral & marking) is well-focused, diagnostic & helps pupils to see how to improve. Pupils are helped to judge the success of their own work & to set targets for improvement.
  • Learning is active & creative (collaborative tasks, talk for learning, investigation, problem solving, variety of engaging & motivating activity)
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‘What makes a good teacher inspirational?’was the title recently given to HOD candidates for an interview presentation
how can you make your students feel clever
How can you make your students feel clever?

Post it notes - minimum 10 ideas per table

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Time management

Am I willing to take risks?

Very happy

OK fine

Could be better

Help!

Relationships with staff

Relationships with students

Subject knowledge

Assessment & marking

Do I enjoy my own lessons?

Work / life balance

how can i teach this class
How can I teach this class?!

09.00

09.05

09.10

09.15

09.20

09.25

09.30

09.35

5 Students arrive, 1 sits on a chair, 2 on desks. They ignore the work on the board

4 more students arrive. One looks at the work on board. ‘P’ says loudly he is thirsty & tired. Most are without pens or books.

4 students are chatting, some have books out. ‘J’ takes out bottle of juice.

‘J’ spills juice over ‘P’ & they argue loudly. Class continue to chat.

5 students get uo to wave enthusiastically at friends out of window

2 students pack away.

1 student has got out mp3 player

1 More student arrives ......................................(Inspector leaves)

role play1
Parent:

Your child has not got into the top set and as a result can not do German next year.

You think he/she is very clever.

You have business connections with Germany.

Parent:

Your child has been given a detention unfairly. You dont get to spend much time with your child after work and they dont often tell you things so this must be true.

Role play!
role play2
Student:

You have not done your homework / coursework. Home is pretty chaotic at the moment but there is absolutely no way you are going to let anyone find this out.

Student:

You have been rude to the teacher. You don’t understand his / her accent anyway and they are always picking on you. Besides French is stupid isn’t it?

Role play!
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https://hampshirelanguages.wikispaces.com/MFL moodle - Hampshire space to share ideas, resources and forums availableWill eventually have all the Wizkid resources on it (though not as pretty layout) and can be edited by you...Eventually to be part of responsibility for a new LA-based AST.

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