Here are my sketchnotes from this year's Language World conference, which took place in Nottingham yesterday and the day before.
The main thing I have learned is that our new printer-scanner-copier is slightly too small to scan successfully the size of notebook that I chose to use, so apologies for the little bits of pages that are cut off or the ones that are a bit wonky.
|The opening of Language World, by ALL President Anna Lise Gordon.|
We spent a lot of time huddling and sharing!
|Assessment without tears for KS2|
Jackie Rayment and Yvonne Kennedy from the Herts for Learning team
|Tuning into Translation. Lots of good ideas from Glennis Pye.|
|Linking Languages with Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling at KS2- Julie Prince|
|AIM high in MFL - an insight into the AIM programme from Suzi Bewell and Lynn Cook|
|Progress: Moving from A to B or going round in circles? Wise words from ALL President Anna Lise Gordon|
|A very interesting overview of the Teaching Schools Council Review of Languages Pedagogy from Ian Bauckham. Lots of food for thought for all key stages.|
|Embedding Languages across the Primary Curriculum. Ideas for using languages to help to teach science and healthy eating from Richard Tallaron.|
|Making the weather and creating the climate for success - Dr Rachel Hawkes|
|Improving literacy through languages... and improving languages through literacy - Nathalie Paris|
I led a workshop about using Formulator Tarsia to create language puzzles. All the info you need is here.